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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by adamkwas, Jul 26, 2009.
Title says it all .
Does anyone know of the rarest panther chameleon locale?
I think it's nosi be Bigfoot from what I've read.
I think its a weird answer. Like there are locales that are "rare" just because of the fact that they don't export them from Madagascar frequently but are abundant in the wild.
Sooooooo I'm going to say there is no real answer to this question.
just my opinion
I think the answer depends on how you interpret the question as already brought up. So people should answer both:
What panther cham locale is the rarest in the wild?
What panther cham locale is the rarest to see within the trade among keepers?
Nosy Faly would be my opinion on one of the rarest available.
Haha, in Germany not
Nosy Tanikely? It's a tiny island and I haven't ever seen them in captivitiy, that I know of.
No way the Elusive Green Faly is the rarest of them all. Some claim they don't even exist. The Blue ones are so common.
Shhhhhhh..... its a secret.
I vote for
Cap Est. as a rare one.
My vote goes for Ankaramys, how many of those do you see around?
This is for captively available panthers though, as for wild ones, they are countless.
i think the rarest is Mangaoka ;-)
i never see it in Captivity...in Wild yes!!!
masoala/tamatave/cap est?? blah blah blah
what ever locale it is........
he has 2.0 and have never been ever to find suitable females, one looks more like cap est to me, with the hint of blue background
also sticky tongue imported a single male like this years and years ago,
and in 2008
http://www.bluechameleon.org/Tour - Panther Passion Tour - Feb 2009.htm
i think thats rarest locale in the hobby, only 2 animals that we know of are out there, and no one can say for sure where they came from
mangaoka or lacvert i think. verry nice collar`s
You will see these soon!! Agree Very Very Hard to come by
Ampiskiana,Joffreville,Cap de ambre,reunion and Mauritius and also Nosy Komba are all very very seldom seen and can be Considered Rarely Seen locales,also nosy borah(st marie)are hardly ever seen now.
Falys are everywhere in europe now