Brookesia quotas; where did they all go?

Chase

Avid Member
Hey all-

I was looking through the export quotas from last year for Madagascar, and noticed there were quite a few different species from Brookesia that had quotas. To my knowledge, the only species that came in (to the US) were B. superciliaris, B. therezieni, and possibly B. thieli.

Species that had quotas last year:
B. betschi (300)
B. brygooi (500)
B. ebenaui (150)
B. griveaudi (150)
B. minima (150)
B. nasus (150)
B. peyrierasi (150)
B. stumpfii (500)
B. superciliaris (500)
B. therezieni (500)
B. thieli (500)

For those of you in Europe, did you see any of the other species come in from these Madagascar shipments? Personally, I think the species from Brookesia are awesome, I just love their body armor look.

I was just curious what all actually came in from these quotas.

Chase
 

Chameleonmaster

Established Member
Chase, i was wondering the same thing! I've been thinking about getting B. superciliaris or B. thieli on a future import along with C. crypticum if they receive a quota this year.
Collin
 

Chase

Avid Member
Chase, i was wondering the same thing! I've been thinking about getting B. superciliaris or B. thieli on a future import along with C. crypticum if they receive a quota this year.
Collin
I hope some people work with the Brookesia species that come in. I've noticed not a lot of people work with them, which is a shame because they're cool

Chase
 
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