1. LovitaVelvet

    My orange T. Deremensis girl - Orangina

    This girl is the only orange T. deremensis I have every kept, or seen for that matter. She is a wild caught I got back in 2013 and she never lost her color. When I tried to breed her last year it ended up being a disaster. Not only was getting her to lay not easy, but the eggs I did get ended...
  2. torquasprings

    Another one of my T. montiums

    Alright, so, since John liked the pic I sent of his/my baby so much that he posted it up (thanks for that, John. :) I'm super glad to see that you're as happy with how handsome he turned out as I am. :) ), I thought I'd post a pic of my bigguy too. :P
  3. J

    what chameleon species have character/ personality?

    Iv always wanted chameleons that look good or look interesting but since getting 4 kinyongia boehmei and seeing there really interesting quirks and personality I wondered what other chameleons are active and interesting to watch? Would love to research them in view of buying some in the future...
  4. Zach Valois

    Montane/submontane Basking Temps?

    Perhaps I have overlooked some information somewhere, but I am having a hard time deciding on what is an appropriate basking temp for some of the montane/submontane taxa (Trioceros, Kinyongia, etc). I have been running 40 watt tube incandescents (Sun Glo Bulbs) in 12x12x18, 18x18x24, and...
  5. kenya

    Feeding Snails to Chams (video and general info)

    Hi guys, I thought you might like it if I shared a video of my male Jackson's enjoying a snail. Snails are thought to be relished by montane species and are a good source of calcium and a great addition to a varied diet. I raise my own snails to assure that they are parasite and chemical...
  6. Peek-a-boo.


    Baby Tr.ellioti checking out the camera.
  7. My Chameleons

    My Chameleons

    The different species of chameleon i have.
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