I want one! Omg, here I am recruiting more chams. Oh well. But, yes I must have one. If they're fertile.I am thinking they are not fertile...... BUT they could be. She lives with Sam, who is a male.... so we shall see. I will incubate them regardless and see what happens.
I am pretty sure if they were fertile they would be much bigger...Congrats!
That is a lot of eggs and looks like she has more to go! Poor thing looks exhausted
They are such a big chameleon, you would think the eggs would be huge, not panther size!
I think it all depends.... but i've heard of 3 month incubation and what your saying... 6-7 months. most likely depends on temp of eggs and temps of the mom while in captivity. lenny really cooks her belly when gravid... she hangs it over the side of a vine and just soaks in the light.If you don't mind me asking. How many eggs did you end up with? To the best of my recollection incubation was around 5-7 months. I'm going to have to check if I still have got the Melleri CIN article.
When I got home she was on top of the free range with her tongue half cocked ready to shoot at me as if i were food.... I got her a couple of big HWs and renee fed her a few this morning.... she should be good in a couple of days.I agree she looks exhausted. Hope she'll be ok.