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  1. Home Sweet Home

    Home Sweet Home

    Panthro Posing For The Photo Contest.
  2. Hunter

    Hunter

    baby ambilobe
  3. The Great Escape

    The Great Escape

    Return from the darkness.
  4. MeruJack

    New Mt. Meru Babies

    Today I welcomed my second batch of babies in less than a month. On July 23rd my Werner's gave birth to 8 babies (I didn't even know she was pregnant). And this morning, one of my gravid Mt. Meru Dwarf Jackson's gave birth to 5 live babies and one "stillborn." I knew she was gravid because I...
  5. zelink14

    New baby Panther! And some questions...

    Hi all! I used to be on these forums back when I had my veiled chameleon. But all things come and go... So, after years of waiting for the right time, I finally bought another chameleon - an Ambilobe panther chameleon from Kammerflage Kreations. Ambrose, as I'm calling him, is about 4 months...
  6. MeruJack

    Butterfly Enclosure for Tiny Dwarf Jackson's Babies

    I have five 6 week old Mt. Meru Dwarf Babies sharing a small Reptibreeze enclosure. They are very tiny and I am thinking that they may grow faster if I put them in separate enclosures. I bought five 12" x 10" mesh butterfly enclosures thinking I would put a small live plant and a few fake vines...
  7. Norcal55

    Baby Nosy Mitsios

    We had our first clutch of F2 Nosy Mitsios hatch out a month ago and they are looking great. We are having so much fun watching them grow :)
  8. TragicComic87

    New Panther

    My wife and I were thrown (almost literally) into the chameleon world earlier this year when a friend of ours gave us a female veiled to rescue. We did. She was near death and thin as a pencil. We weren't sure she'd make it, but she did and got very fat! LOL Unfortunately, she passed away...
  9. Norcal55

    New Babies

    I got a surprise a few weeks early yesterday. They started hatching at 6 1/2 months. I love babies! Theses are Ambilobe, 21 in this clutch and another 24 a month behind this one :D A sweating egg for those who have not seen one before. Once this begins the little ones are right...
  10. VigilantSpearIII

    Never give up hope.

    This ties into my earlier thread, but I thought I would make a new one. As I mentioned I had a clutch of new Xantholophus Jacksons. Now, I know many breeders that will not bother the neonates as they are being dropped, but in my experience, I do intervene. One thing that I think should be known...
  11. VigilantSpearIII

    Neonates...3 of a kind!

    I don't usually make threads...Still, I thought most of you members would appreciate this news. This is the first time that dates have crossed so closely. Ambilobe Panthers (Blue Bars), High Turquoise Veiled, and Xantholophus Jacksons...The Panthers were hatched on 7/25, the Veiled started...
  12. studio2eight

    Babies, Babies and more BABIES!!!

    Here are some of my Jackson's babies born June 14th. They are so cute and tiny, I had to share! Fruit Fly Photo Bomb!
  13. J

    Kinyongia Boehmei eggs hatching!!!

    Wife noticed today are K.Boehmei eggs are hatching after a little under 6 months! We have 3 clutches incubating and this was the 2nd clutch laid. 4 out all ready out of 9 eggs.
  14. cswan19

    Best place to get silkworms

    I want my baby chameleon to have more variety in his feeders but locally I can only get crickets and and mealworms as that is all my local pet stores offer. I only have have one 3 month old male veiled chameleon so I don't need alot. Anyone know the cheapest place to buy some silkworms without...
  15. cswan19

    Haven't seen my boy shed...?

    I have my veiled Cham Malibu for almost two months, and I've never seen him shed. He is about 2-3 months old, do they not shed this young? Or could he be shedding and I'm just not seeing it? Should I be worried?
  16. cswan19

    Feeding Time issues

    So usually My chams light comes on about the time I'm getting ready for work or class and I drop some crickets in before I leave so he can hunt and eat and still have enough time to digest before lights out. I usually don't get home before lights out or if I do its usually not enough time so he...
  17. cswan19

    Does my veiled look healthy?

    I've had my male veiled chameleon named Malibu for almost a month and a half and so far have absolutely loved having this little dude! :D I was told he is about 2 months old. I may be just a worrier but I think he seems kind of skinny /: I feed him about 8-15 1/4" crickets a day or more if he...
  18. J

    trying out new camera on all my cham's (pic heavy)

    Been trying out my Dads new camera so thought I would share some pics. Male Ambilobe Panther (resting colours) (fired up) Female Ambilobe Panther (Gravid) 3 female Kinyongia Boehmei
  19. ReptiGeek

    Introducing...

    Naboo! My Nosy Mitsio Panther Chameleon sired by Jupiter from Zen Reptiles (Brock). He is 87.5% Nosy Mitsio and 12.5% Ambilobe. I believe Jupiter is an absolutely gorgeous chameleon and I am so happy to have one of his offspring. I named him Naboo not only because I am a huge Star Wars fan, but...
  20. J

    Ellioti gave birth!!!

    Came home from work to find 17 babies fast asleep next to mum. (+1 baby still born) Took some pics but apologise for the poor quality. It was obviously dark. Next to mum New home
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