kinyongia

  1. LLLReptile

    Three species of Kinyongia in stock!

    Fischer's Chameleons - $69.99 males Giant Monkey Tailed Fischer's $99.99 each Dwarf Taveta Fischers $49.99 each Visit our catalog to see ALL of our available chameleons! -Jen
  2. LLLReptile

    NEW Werner's, Deremensis, Rudis, Trans Veiled in stock

    Current prices of all available chameleons! Baby Veiled Chameleons $29.99 each! Baby Translucent Veileds $89.99 each Large Veiled Chameleons $69.99 each Sub Adult Veiled Chameleons $79.99 each Adult Male Veiled Chameleons $89.99 each Medium Jackson's Chameleons $59.99...
  3. LLLReptile

    New carpet chameleons in stock, plus baby trans veileds!

    Current prices of all available chameleons! Baby Veiled Chameleons $29.99 each! Baby Translucent Veileds $89.99 each Small Veiled Chameleon $49.99 each Large Veiled Chameleons $69.99 each Sub Adult Veiled Chameleons $79.99 each Adult Male Veiled Chameleons $89.99 each...
  4. LLLReptile

    Newly updated list - includes werner's, fischers, rudis, and more!

    Current prices of all available chameleons! Baby Veiled Chameleons $29.99 each! Small Male Veiled Chameleon $49.99 each Large Male Veiled Chameleons $69.99 each Adult Male Veiled Chameleons $89.99 each Adult Male Veiled Chameleons w/ minor nipped tails $89.99 each Medium...
  5. 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.
  6. torquasprings

    Welcome home, Kivuli!

    I'm so excited/grateful to have been given the rare opportunity to welcome another Kinyongia Matschiei into my home! She hails from Chad's Malachite lineage, and is such a freakin' stunner! I'm so grateful to her previous owner who has taken such great care of her... it truly shows. Yes...
  7. J

    kinyongia Boehmei eggs! Fertile?

    1 of my girls laid these today. Any thought on if they look fertile. I'm expecting them to be :-) And pic of mum before laying
  8. torquasprings

    My baby, Ghubari. :)

    Hello, all! I just thought I'd finally try posting a pic on the forum to test out how it's done. This is my baby k. Matschiei boy named Ghubari (it means, 'Raincloud' in Swahili. This is one of the languages spoken where his species originates). He's one of Chad's babies from the Dresden...
  9. Thezillaman21

    RETRY-what do you guys think

    Zilla and me know we have what it takes to make the cut for the photo contest but which picture should I put I like Zilla to much but last time I put pics up people said my lighting and focus was off so me and Zilla did a new shoot let me know which is your favorite...thanks guys...also brad...
  10. 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...
  11. Seeco

    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.
  12. 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? . . .
  13. Seeco

    My Methods Part 4 Baby Cage Rack

    As usual if you use these methods give me some credit. A job at the zoo would be sufficient. Ask permission before reusing the pics. Here is one of my baby cages. You all have seen this before. DIY on my blog: Here is a whole rack of them. Count 'em. You can see the brown mist hoses running...
  14. Seeco

    My Methods Part 3 Outdoor Caging

    I like to do things my own way. The result is often failure, but sometimes I come up with some interesting innovations. I'll be posting a few threads of some things I have slapped together. Instead of explanatory captions I'll just answer any questions you ask. The closer you look the more you...
  15. Seeco

    My Methods Part 2. Chams Gettin Busy in the Kitchen.

    They fell in and just kept at it. Also a peek at the kind of feeding cup I use in heavily watered cages. Dries out quick and remains much cleaner. IF you are not using cups like this you are not doing it right :p
  16. Seeco

    My Methods Part One

    I like to do things my own way. The result is often failure, but sometimes I come up with some interesting innovations. I'll be posting a few threads of some things I have slapped together. Instead of explanatory captions I'll just answer any questions you ask. The closer you look the more you...
  17. Seeco

    New Hatchlings Kinyongia multituberculata

    These guys popped out of nowhere! I casually glanced in the incubator and saw one pawing at the side of its container. Looked in and 6 had already hatched. The other 4 came out the next day. 100% hatch rate :D After the last one hatched it started raining outside. Interesting correlation that...
  18. Seeco

    Awww! Just wanna eat em up!

  19. 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
  20. Seeco

    Some Kinyongia Breeding Q and A

    Photoprincess and I decided to share this q and a with everyone: You can have a female lay eggs in under 30 days from the time of mating so be ready by day 20. In a case where you are not sure when it happened you should just get a laying bin set up as soon as you detect eggs. For...
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