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    Kinyongia boehmei 2018 Import

    Sooo exciting! I've loved seeing your videos of the kiyongias and the nasutums--those might be my favorites! I'm keeping my fingers crossed you nail the breeding for these because I would love to have some someday.
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    Pacific NW breeders/experienced keepers?

    Thanks! I'll text you tomorrow.
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    Pacific NW breeders/experienced keepers?

    Are there any folks in Oregon/western Washington/NorCal who either breed or count themselves as more experienced keepers who'd be down to have visitors? As part of my research into chameleons, I'm trying to see chams and their home environments in person as much as possible. Unfortunately...
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    13 month old male T.q. gracilior

    Bootiful!
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    The Karma Progress Thread

    How many times a day are you syringe feeding him? Such devotion! Also, what does bsfl mean?
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    Chameleons and people

    Thanks! I'm also looking into carpet chameleons and other species. Good to know others' experiences!
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    Chameleons and people

    The lady with the uroplatus geckos and chams living together isn't someone I know--she's a co-author of a recommended book on uroplatus. The book doesn't talk about chams at all, so no specification as to which chams she keeps with her geckos, but the enclosure they all live in is the size of a...
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    Chameleons and people

    Yes, this woman keeps her reptiles in a gigantic indoor garden. I don't know what she does with the chameleons, but she is an experienced uroplatus breeder and researcher--she co-authored the "bible" of the genus, afterall--so she must know her stuff, but I guess her space is large enough that...
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    Some Thoughts On Breeding

    I've really enjoyed reading this thread, though it is a little stale at this point. I am still at a minimum months away from getting my FIRST EVER chameleon, let alone beginning to contemplate a breeding program, but I won't say that it hasn't crossed my mind from time to time, especially as I...
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    Chameleons and people

    Yes!!!!! I looooooove the weird bulbophyllums! Is this one B. fascinator, by chance? Does it have a bad smell? I guess if chams don't have sensitive noses, it all works out well. I didn't know the anti-cancer thing about dendrobiums. I assume they have to be eaten to help with that? You have a...
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    Chameleons and people

    That is beautiful! What are the dimensions of the viv? Also, what kind of nepenthes is it, do you know? I'd be interested in doing a planted wall in a large enough viv, with butterworts, sundews and cephalotus planted on the side. If the viv was wide enough, branches and stuff could be moved...
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    My Bioactive Setup - Introducing Monet, my new Panther!

    That cage looks amazing. Can I ask what the cage itself is, or did you build the whole thing from scratch? Love that Monet has a bed AND is a stickler for bedtimes.
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    Chameleons and people

    Do you have the orchids in your cham enclosure? I have this dream that I'll have this set-up that magically works for all my orchids, my ariums and bromeliads and other plants AND a chameleon and then all my care is combined into just cham maintanance, basically. I'm sure it's not that easy, though.
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    Chameleons and people

    Nice! Do you have the dews and butterworts growing on vertical surfaces or in the substrate on the bottom of the cage? If they are dewy enough to make effective flypaper, that means they're getting enough light which makes me wonder where they are in your enclosure and how strong your lights...
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    Chameleons and people

    I have various sundews species, butterworts, one bladderwort, asian and north american pitcher plants, darlingtonia and a requisite venus flytrap. I'm pretty new to these, too (about a year or so), but I have found them easy to care for--they just want lots of light and to have wet feet. They do...
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    Chameleons and people

    Yes, cats have a special genius for mischief. I've so far managed to successfully cat-proof my tanks and carnivorous plant grow light set up, but you can never be too careful. Yes! It is awesome having people on hand to cover for me with the plant and animal care. My plant routine is a little...
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    Chameleons and people

    The food bit is definitely an advantage. It is also fairly cheap rent (but not the cheapest), but considering the size of the common space and location in town, it is indeed a very good deal.
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    Chameleons and people

    I understand that IC's (intentional communities) are unfamiliar and strange to most Americans. That's why I've been over-explaining things. I'm used to people not "getting it". But then folks come and visit us and they usually get it after that. It's not a lifestyle for everyone, but I think...
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    Chameleons and people

    For a person with the handle "Thehippie", how are you not digging it? ;)
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    Understory film on pygmy chameleons?

    Yes: for some weird reason, my original post contained a copyasted portion of a post from a different thread! (It must've happened when I put the link there) and you responded to that. Sorry for the confusion! This thread was just supposed to be about the film.
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