Is it harder to care for panther morphs?
there are various locales of panther chameleon. Like ambilobe and nosey be. If you breed a nosey be with a nosey be, you'll get nosey be offspring. If you breed an ambilobe with a nosey be you get a panther cross or morph. No, they are no different to care for than any other panther chameleon.Oh, then is morph like two bloodlines put together or wut does it mean?
and how does a cross become a pure?I say, pop the eggs! If you are a small time breeder who just wants to see the outcome (as you probably will not make any money) then pop most of the eggs. Let a few hatch, adopt/sell them off and demand pictures of them growing up!
As long as crosses stay crosses and dont become pure all of a sudden, I see no problem with it.