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  1. Seeco

    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...
  2. Seeco

    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...
  3. Seeco

    What Does a Kinyongia Cost in Your Country?

    What does a Kinyongia cost in your country or town or wherever? If you know the going rate in your country or even see one in your US or CA petshop, let us know -- species, WC or CB, sex and cost. I think the average WC K. multituberculata here is $65 male or female, and CB is $100
  4. Seeco

    Female multituberculata pics CBB

    These females are on-deck for breeding. Maybe a few more months. Second and third are the same one, created her line for pattern. Pretty intense. Can't wait to see if I can get a green one with that pattern.
  5. Seeco

    Pics of a male breeder Kinyongia

    He is getting green and large really fast now. Time to set up some "dates". CBB in San Diego.
  6. Seeco

    Chameleon Stop Drop And Roll Instinct

    Here are some photos of a chameleon instinctively dropping from a height and rolling into a ball and burrowing into the grass. In response to this thread: This guy does it every time, even though he is nearly adult size now...
  7. Seeco

    Pretty girl Kinyongia multituberculata

    Just sharing some pics of this female for the first time. She is not very bright but her patterns are really solid. Her feet are getting nice and blue.
  8. Seeco

    Welcome bloodline G Kinyongia multituberculata

    Here is bloodline G. Born just this week. Line H due in the next 30 days.
  9. Seeco

    Are my females getting too fat? Kinyongia multituberculata

    The answer might be yes but I think they are beautiful and here is why: Sorry, no clever captions this time ( These are my future breeders. they will be the moms of all my clutches from now on.
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