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  1. Seeco

    chameleon sign for home, shop or shows handmade

    Stand out at the next reptile show. Or just hang it in your house! Jigsawed from poplar planks, sanded, primer and painted multiple coats. shipping anywhere (just the letters and line to hang) Best Offer takes it please don't PM. Send an email to [email protected]
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    Incubator and containers $120 San Diego pickup only

    Repti-Pro incubator and customized glasslock containers. local pickup in point Loma or ocean beach. email only. [email protected]
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    Breeding trio Kinyongia multituberculata

    Hi I am selling a breeding trio of Kinyongia multituberculata. One male and two females. One of the females has already mated and laid. The other is just reaching maturity. They are both very green and large-horned for females. The male is super friendly and studly. He is young but ready to go...
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    DIY feeder cup with screen bottom. No drowning bugs.

    Here are some step by step pics of me making a feeder cup. The cup in a cup design allows for quick changeouts and prevents the chams from injuring themselves trying to catch the insects through the screen bottom. The screen bottom is a must if you mist heavily. You will need 2 large yoghurt...
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    3 adult Kinyongia multituberculata for sale

    Hi I need to make some room. I am selling 3 adult K. multituberculata. There is a male and female from line I that are nearly full grown and a big male from line H. Sold as a group only. $600 or best offer. Pics soon.
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    Can you academics get me access to this Kinyongia article?

    A New Species of Chameleon (Sauria: Chamaeleonidae: Kinyongia) from the Northern Albertine Rift, Central Africa http://www.bioone.org/doi/abs/10.1655/HERPETOLOGICA-D-11-00026.1
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    Second Generation Baby Kinyongia Multituberculata

    They're for sale, come get em:
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    New Babies -- F2 Kinyongia multituberculata

    I have several F2 clutches incubating so I'm gonna make this thread the place where I announce successful hatchings (fingers crossed) and post the babies first pics. It will be interesting to see the difference between bloodlines straight out of the egg. These guys are my first F2 captive...
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    Hyperactive on this forum? Send me a PM.

    I need a rabid forums poster to help me with Kinyongia species issues here. If you are logging like 5 + posts per day and you are interested in Kinyongia chameleons please send me a PM. I just can't get on line as much as I'd like.
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    Little Dude

    Check out this tough guy:
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    Captive Bred Kinyongia multituberculata -- High Colors and Huge Horns

    These are the offspring of my best breeding pair. If you already own a mate for these animals (and plan to breed) you will get a discounted price. If not, that’s fine. Just consider breeding in the future because this species is not well established in captivity and comes from a tiny home range...
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    Baby Kinyongia Multituberculata - High Colors - Must See Pics - Rare Offer

    These dudes are gonna be crazy. Actually, they are crazy already :D I only need to move the first two males so I will most likely shut down this sale once those go. The last two I figured I'd offer just in case someone was ready to get really serious. If you already own a mate for these animals...
  13. Seeco

    Some potential insight into chameleon eyes, brains and "handedness"

    If this leads to your PhD please give me some credit... I have a chameleon with his right eye scarred over and left eye fine. He has been this way for over a year and is healthy. The funny thing is that despite his right eye being blind he still favors the right side of his body. So he leads...
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    Rare captive bred kinyongia multituberculata multiple bloodlines and unrelated pairs

    WAIT LIST ONLY. SEND ME AN EMAIL OR PM AND I WILL LITERALLY TAPE A NOTE WITH YOUR INFO ON THE SIDE OF MY INCUBATOR. FIRST NEW CLUTCH DUE IN SPRING. THESE CHAMELEONS ARE A VERY FUN AND ACTIVE SPECIES FROM THE USAMBARA MOUNTAINS IN TANZANIA. THEY ARE FAST, ALERT AND EASY TO FEED BY HAND. I...
  15. Seeco

    Basking Light Setup -- Lets Discuss the Best Way to Setup a Basking Spot

    This idea came from a recent thread: I'm not so sure about that. It sounds to me like his basking behavior is just several variations on cramming his body in the corner as much a possible. You animal should never have to bask upside down hanging from a screen. Not very natural. In my opinion...
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    DONT DO IT -- My Thoughts On Buying Wild Caught Chameleons

    I of course got my project started by purchasing Wild Caught animals but the harvesting of a free living wild animal is a bad and painful thing. Many die in the process. What I am arguing for is that WC chameleons be purchased strictly for developing captive breeding programs on a professional...
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    Two Fathers to One Clutch

    We all know that female chameleons can produce more than one clutch of eggs from a single mating. If this happens all the time, why wouldn't it be possible for a female to mate with 2 males and produce a clutch with 2 different fathers? Some of the eggs could be fertilized by an old mate and...
  18. Seeco

    Great article about chameleon harvesting in africa

    This article has some great info and images and charts. No sure how impartial it is though: http://herpconbio.org/Volume_6/Issue_3/Patrick_etal_2011.pdf What do you think about harvesting for the pet trade? . . .
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    New Species Nadzikambia baylissi

    Not sure if this is old news but: http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2012/jan/22/mozambique-chameleon-new-to-nature?INTCMP=ILCNETTXT3487
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    Kinyongia multituberculata CB Males and Females SUPER CHEAP SALE shipping to all USA

    SALE - FEMALES ARE NOW ONLY $60. FOR CONSERVATION PURPOSES THE PRICE MAY BE NEGOTIATED EVEN LOWER IF YOU ARE A BREEDER OF THIS SPECIES. THESE CHAMELEONS ARE A VERY FUN AND ACTIVE SPECIES FROM THE USAMBARA MOUNTAINS IN TANZANIA. THEY ARE FAST, ALERT AND EASY TO FEED BY HAND. I AM THE ONLY...
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