I'm always trying to find these links for people. Now anyone who is interested in knowing more about Jacksons chameleons can find them here.
- This is the caresheet from this site if you haven't seen it and you want to take care of a Jackson's Chameleon read it. https://www.chameleonforums.com/care/caresheets/jacksons/
- An alternate care sheet from the Chameleon Academy also very good
- Article on the three recognized species of Jackson's Chameleons and some care and breeding information. Chameleons Online E-Zine by Kent Manchen http://www.chameleonnews.com/10JulManchen.html
- How Jackson's Chameleons got to Hawaii
- Jacksons Behavior Observations in Hawaii
- Chameleons in the Garden, Mary Lovein, E-zine article observations of Jackson's on Hawaii.
Chameleon Breeder Podcast interview with Mary Lovein, https://www.chameleonbreeder.com/podcast/ep-33-jacksons-chameleons-in-hawaii/http://www.chameleondatabase.com/portfolio-item/trioceros-jacksonii/
- Images of Jackson species and locales
- This discusses the digestion of snails by Jackson's xantholophus it is about the impact on Hawaiian native snails but offers some interesting information on diet and digestion. Impact of an invasive predatory lizard on the endangered Hawaiian tree snail Achatinella mustelina: a threat assessment https://www.academia.edu/7046212/Impact_of_an_invasive_predatory_lizard_on_the_endangered_Hawaiian_tree_snail_Achatinella_mustelina_a_threat_assessment
- Dietary analysis of the invasive lizard Chamaeleo jacksonii from a wet forest habitat in Hawaii (scan down....first page is blank)...http://hbs.bishopmuseum.org/publications/pdf/chamaeleo-report.pdf
- A comparison on head sizes and diet of Jackson's chameleons in different areas of Hawaiihttps://www.researchgate.net/figure...-xantholophus-on-five-Hawaiian_fig3_280741120
- Reproduction in Jackson's chameleons images of oviduct, uterus and embryos and more. WARNING! Not for the squeamish.
- Comparative reproduction Jackson's and Hoes
- Fat body and liver cycles..Jacksons and Hoes...
- Invasive chameleons released from predation dispaly more conspicuous colors - an article on the difference in color display from invasive Jackson's vs. natives