Baby Panther Ambilobe Sexing Help!

chamicuss

New Member
Hi everyone!

New to the forum and chameleon keeping. I got these unsexed chameleon babies.

I really need help sexing them so I can start making the proper enclosure arrangements.

These are the best photos I could get and I want to avoid handling them to avoid any unnecessary stress on the little babies. Hope I got decent enough angles of them.

Thanks in advance!
 

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chamicuss

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Are u trying to separate them or till later in a different enclosures?
I will be housing them separately if they are both girls or one and one. I want to have their enclosures ready within the next month for when they’re closer to adolescent. I want live plants in the enclosures so want to give some time for plants to settle in before the chams go in.

I love the color of the males, but I’m a fan of the peachy tones females display more.
 

alphakenc

Chameleon Enthusiast
I will be housing them separately if they are both girls or one and one. I want to have their enclosures ready within the next month for when they’re closer to adolescent. I want live plants in the enclosures so want to give some time for plants to settle in before the chams go in.

I love the color of the males, but I’m a fan of the peachy tones females display more.
How old are ur baby now?
 

chamicuss

New Member
That is not what i meant to ask.
I mean have u take a look at the breeder set up or did u ask him about his set up prior the breeder ship the babies to u??

Oh gotcha, yeah no. Breeder is more of a mass producer/supplier of reptiles.

I work for a pet store. Our usually supplier sends much larger and healthier babies to us. These came in barely alive and I couldn’t leave them at work so I purchased them and here I am.
 
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