Favorite Genus?

Favorite Genus?

  • Archaius

    Votes: 3 0.6%
  • Bradypodion

    Votes: 14 2.9%
  • Brookesia

    Votes: 6 1.3%
  • Calumma

    Votes: 32 6.7%
  • Chamaeleo

    Votes: 87 18.2%
  • Furcifer

    Votes: 206 43.0%
  • Kinyongia

    Votes: 22 4.6%
  • Nadzikambia

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Rhampholeon

    Votes: 3 0.6%
  • Rieppeleon

    Votes: 4 0.8%
  • Trioceros

    Votes: 102 21.3%

  • Total voters
    479

Brad

Administrator
Staff member
Which genus is your favorite? Is there a specific feature found in the genus that influenced your decision? Maybe a particular species or geographic area helped to determine your favorite? Some genera have very few member species, but to be thorough I included all eleven.

Archaius
Bradypodion
Brookesia
Calumma
Chamaeleo
Furcifer
Kinyongia
Nadzikambia
Rhampholeon
Rieppeleon
Trioceros
 

Miss Lily

Chameleon Enthusiast
It has to be Trioceros for me having fallen totally in love with my baby Xanth, Monty! However I love Chameleo Calyptratus too having had 3, but there is just something about a Jackson that has me hooked!:D
 

okiroo

Avid Member
It has to be Trioceros for me having fallen totally in love with my baby Xanth, Monty! However I love Chameleo Calyptratus too having had 3, but there is just something about a Jackson that has me hooked!:D
i feel the same way. sept i voted cuz i love hoes :) hard to chosse one genus over another but i really like the personaily of a hoe; however, the size and beauty of my clair(She also a sweetheart).

wish i could have picked 2..but than what about jack :confused:

lol :D
 

camimom

New Member
It has to be Trioceros for me having fallen totally in love with my baby Xanth, Monty! However I love Chameleo Calyptratus too having had 3, but there is just something about a Jackson that has me hooked!:D
Same!
I love my veiled, but i love the personality and rostral horn on my hoe.
SO triceros all the way!
(sshhhhh dont tell kink that!!!)
 

JackP308

Established Member
Does anyone vote Furcifer for any other species besides panthers???
All though Im not familiar with them all greatly. Yes with most of the species living in Maddy Furcifer genus got my vote. Furcifer rhinoceratus is one cool looking chameleon that has always stuck out in my head from pictures.As well as the tiny Furcifer labordi that has an interesting short life cycle. They are a very interesting in their own ways. Colors,Saws, Big, Small, very diverse genus I think. I do like Madagascar though:D I also keep WC F. lateralis, F. pardalis, and soon will have some CB F. oustaleti when space is more available.
 
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