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    Very Excited!

    so howd they come in?
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    Very Excited!

    I don't think any of my Tanzania exporters would like to hear that from you.MOST are not collected illigally or every one would be in violation of Tanzanian law.Chris is right Tanzania issues low quota for R.Brevicadatus or any other leaf chameleon the only one that can be exported in large...
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    Very Excited!

    Understand where you are coming from but loose the attitude.Their are loop holes and such around getting them in, again they are a non CITES species, their are ways around it and ways to get permits.I know the legalities of importing not worth doing anything illigal.Im curious if your not...
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    Very Excited!

    Be here Monday?I take it you don't import to much.It can go one way or the other.
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    Very Excited!

    Yeah?Rhampholeons come in on just about everyones paperwork as Rhampholeon sp.A few different species are normally in the mix.Joe had quota for alot of them as he breeds them.
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    Very Excited!

    Trophy permits shoudn't be to hard to get as they they are non CITES meaning you would just have to find a collector who could get them.
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    Ne1 Use Color Creations Out of Florida ?

    Hi, Currentyl I do not have any stock besides jacksons.I will be importing again shortly. Thanks, Holland
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    Sexable Meller's?

    Mellers are not sexable they have no spurs nor other features that identify sex
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    Sexable Meller's?

    http://market.kingsnake.com/detail.php?cat=52&de=526222 Don't know how they can sex them won't answer emails.
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    Looking for a new Cham?

    Hairspray, Sorry about the link when I posted it and clicked it it gave me a 404 error I tried to play with it.Here is a good website that has a lot of info on the importation of chams specifically from Madagascar: http://www.skypoint.com/members/mikefry/wildcaughthealth.html and another with...
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    Looking for a new Cham?

    http://www.bluchmeleons.se/ I am not going to sit and post websites that breed Calumma but here is one more
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    Looking for a new Cham?

    Their are far many more Calumma I would guess about 100x more then in the US minimum.Thats one guy read the whole forum and get back to me.I know many breeders in Europe that are reputable and have legal animals.Go to the photo gallery on the front of the forum.I am not going to sit here and...
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    Looking for a new Cham?

    That is Chameleon Trade House all their animals have been legally collected they work closly with the authorities.It proves they are breeding parsonii.Theirs different parts to the forum sorry about that correct me French I belive their right next door.Why don't you leave that up to the...
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    Madagascar Chameleons

    Check out the other post.I import regularly and are very farmiliar with the laws both CITES US and Non-US.The Malagasy goverment honestly does not care about the wildlife, or they wouldn't still be issuing permits for slash/burn they also would not let locals buy and sell radiated tortoises...
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    Looking for a new Cham?

    You must not look very hard or know much about what your saying. http://www.dutchchameleontrader.nl/eng/fotos.htm You are proven wrong. http://www.tanalahy.com/forum/especes-vf3.html?sid=abcf5b081ada6d9baeaee88583059eb3 actually a bigger forum then this one based in Germany
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    Looking for a new Cham?

    Yes but at the rate the forest is being slash/burned they won't have to worry about how many chameleons they have.You see everyone saying $3,000 thats way to much I can't afford it thats what they go for the Europeans will take as many as they can get at $3,000 and offer more.The Tanzanian stuff...
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    Looking for a new Cham?

    Yes and the Tanzania goverment is always their making sure of it.Every one is checked before leaving.Chamelon farms are in Madagascar I know of three, they are replenishing the enviorment before they will export them.I have the information on two farms I will post tomorrow.You can visit them.I...
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    Looking for a new Cham?

    They were imported legally in Europe in the 80's no need to smuggle it would probably cost more to smuggle them in.Actually not as I said in my last post for an animal to have an f1 permit it must have a trail of legal papers backing up to the past generations.Theirfore they couldn't be exported...
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    Looking for a new Cham?

    F1 paperwork is hard to get in any country that is a member of CITES their must be proof and authority's must come to the facilities and document the breeding.It is a very thorough process.Specially countries like the US and Europe every animal is looked at it is very hard to smuggle with out...
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    Looking for a new Cham?

    What regulations have been bent?I hope you are not refering to illigally importing Chameleonidae.
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