Yes, their coloration is based on where they are located geographically. It really is quite a mystery as to why there are so many different coloration differences based upon where a panther chameleon is located. Scientists are still trying to figure it out! The name of the panther chameleon (i.e. Nosy Be, Ambanja, etc.) is actually where the panther chameleon was located geographically, with the exception of some "designer" names which I also explained on that website page.noahbaker said:thanks thats very in depth!
So it is just georaphical distribution, colouration and respectively cost and rarity that sets apart the different Panther types. do personalties get passed down, parent to child, like very solitary doesn't like human contact, or very friendly loves to be handled? i.e. could ou roughly predict your chameleons personality by it's parents? Also what is you ropinion on crosses?? it is just that they generally seem to be cheaper than "pure breeds".
Thanks again, noah