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Old 09-17-2009, 02:01 AM
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New Bradypodion species recently described

Tilbury and Tolley recently described a new Bradypodion species, B. ngomeense...

Tilbury, C.R. and C. Tolley (2009):
A new species of dwarf chameleon (Sauria; Chamaeleonidae, Bradypodion
Fitzinger) from KwaZulu Natal South Africa with notes on recent climatic shifts
and their influence on speciation in the genus
Zootaxa 2226: 43–57
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My fellow South African!!!! Lets pack our bags!!!! and hit KZN.

Ill bring my team with ha ha ha ha

Buy the book By Tolley and Burger: Chameleons of Southern Africa.

I have cought undescribed species in secret locations, Benny and Chameleonneeds you know all about this

The anatomical and morphological differences between the species of Bradypodion is complex thats why the identification and reclassifying process takes so long.
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My fellow South African!!!! Lets pack our bags!!!! and hit KZN.

Ill bring my team with ha ha ha ha

Buy the book By Tolley and Burger: Chameleons of Southern Africa.

I have cought undescribed species in secret locations, Benny and Chameleonneeds you know all about this

The anatomical and morphological differences between the species of Bradypodion is complex thats why the identification and reclassifying process takes so long.
Thanks will definitely have a look for that book. Driving up to Moz in Dec so hoping to come back through one of the quieter boarder posts with something special.
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Tilbury and Tolley recently described a new Bradypodion species, B. ngomeense...

Tilbury, C.R. and C. Tolley (2009):
A new species of dwarf chameleon (Sauria; Chamaeleonidae, Bradypodion
Fitzinger) from KwaZulu Natal South Africa with notes on recent climatic shifts
and their influence on speciation in the genus
Zootaxa 2226: 43–57
I`ll make sure I get my pair ay ben

Paul R a member of this forum found a new undescribed species of bradypodion near the west coast in a vineyard!
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Exciting times... I will echo the sentiments...

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I Googled this name and found this Chinese blogspot talking about the new find. Mid way down the page.

http://translate.google.com/translat...%3Den%26sa%3DN


There is also an English version but it was in PDF and I couldn't down load it.

www.mapress.com/zootaxa/2009/f/z02226p057f.pdf

According to the Blog this is an animal that is being circulated in Taiwain, so does that imply that Yankees are able to obtain it?
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