? what do you mean? and THIS locale, especially the males I brought in were the "pretty hoes", I have never seen hoehnelli with BRIGHT YELLOW heads before. I wish I knew how most were doing...any updates?
Those look to be B. thamnobates, but they are by far the largest I have ever seen! I had no idea they got that big. Its a shame they are being listed and sold as veileds! What a shame. Is there anyway you can report whoever you know is selling them in SA to the wildlife authorities?
Took some pics of some of my chams over the weekend and thought I would share. Not the greatest pics but the chams are cool nonetheless:cool:
a little basking
a couple panthers
I cant capture this guys INTENSE...
I would love to, but he is evil lol. He attacks the first chance he gets and as soon as he sees me he is darting for the back of his cage and turns dark. He is beautiful though from a distance. One reason veileds are not high on my favorites list!
Thanks you guys! so 12 out of 12 hatched but one died shortly after. The one that died was the last to hatch, so Im assuming it used every ounce of energy it had to get completely out of the egg. It was perfectly formed though and looked just like the rest. Im pretty bummed about it.
So I came home from the reptile super show today in San Diego and came straight to the incubator, opened the container up and there were 5 beautiful baby johnston's. There were 12 eggs total and all the others look great still with a couple others with their eggs slit.
Here are some crappy...
Such a cool little species Mike, best of luck with them!
Chris, is this species extremely rare or do they just have a very small geographic distribution and come from an area that collectors really dont venture into?...
I think I priced him a bit steep because I am attached to him and his crazy colors and breeding potential:). I would love for him to go to someone that has a dedicated Ambilobe breeding project going so that he can pass on his genes.
$550 plus shipping through SYR. Please pm me or email me...