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    Article on the Veiled chameleon. -the sub-species!!!

    Jeremy, the fsct they were declaeed does by dar nit mean they were imported. I will give you am example: Despite thouďsands of Trioceros rudis were declared timcross auS birder, no single one did. All were at. Sternfeldi. Same, many 29soeciˇens of the Kinyongia fischeri were really fischeri...
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    Article on the Veiled chameleon. -the sub-species!!!

    I have but ainhabe rhe authorization tonuse it for a book only… it wikk hopefully appear soon
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    Some ID fun?

    I was a le to see about 74specimens during merely two weeks time Rhey are exrremely hard to find We were three… i found all 74 :-))) rhey are hkwever easier ti find at night definiteky. Yiu just need to be wuick They get dark immediately
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    Different concepts, or substantive consequences?

    I am definitely on rhe side of support and cooperation! Thank you for the wise words, I can sign every single one, my respect
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    Some ID fun?

    Sure A.t.
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    Different concepts, or substantive consequences?

    This is what I guess the initiators hope for. I am afraid, it is not the reality. IN the world nowadays, when we fight CoVid in several vases and when we are not even able to stop humanitarian catastrophes in Ethiopia, Ukraine and Yemen, no-one will invest 1M USD into an insignificant project...
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    Different concepts, or substantive consequences?

    I tried to explain I am not negative... The issue is, when hobbyists get on scientific field closer to general biology, they are, especially in herpetology of absolutely great help, however, when they get to such highly specialised field and bring there their enthusiasm but not enough...
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    Some ID fun?

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    Different concepts, or substantive consequences?

    The project will reveal nothing unfortunately. It is just a bubble. The basic data set is too small in samples size and too rough that it does not build a real base for ID. The authors did a quite lousy job, it was only like a students tested whether a method works. Well it works, but with...
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    Article on the Veiled chameleon. -the sub-species!!!

    I do not want to disappoint you but the whole discussion here is just a lack of research. A simple view into e.g. Tilbury's Atlas shows the debate here is pointless. There is no gentle human loving small casques subspecies. In fact, they are much bigger and equally nervous as the Yemen...
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    Who am I ?

    Just male and female from the wild for reference
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    Who am I ?

    This is undoubtedly a small male of Trioceros incornutus from Tamzania
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    CLIMATE OF THE NATURAL HABITAT OF THE MIGHTY YEMEN CHAMELEON

    the day in Yemen is not all year long 12 hours long as many assume. it fluctuates from 11:22 on the winter to 12:56 in the summer. the difference is 1,5 hour. the rhythm 12/12 is IMHO and based on my opinion OK, but if you want be rigorous and the technology allows, i would suggest to use...
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    Eating Chameleons?

    You can nit stop ridiculing me right? Thisnis why I lwft this bully group and will not come back
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    Comment by 'PetNcs' in '"Truth is the torch that gleams through the fog without dispelling it."'

    This article answers a lot of the questions https://archaius.eu/_files/200000207-7672376725/Archaius%201%204%202020%20Fog-Drinking%208-28.pdf
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