Identify These Jackson's Species

marksteeves

New Member
http://markdeb100.googlepages.com/thelizardlounge
This is a link to my web page that shows pictures of my lizards. We rescued the Jacksons from a pet store and are learning how to care for these beauties.
We were told that they were Jacksonni Jacksons. but I am new to that world of Jacksons and judging by the shape of them in the store so was the store owner
Could anyone out there please tell me what species they are?
If you click on the picture on my site you will see a larger picture
 

Trace

Captain Awesome
Look like Chamaeleo trioceros jacksonii merumontanus to me.

Congrats on the babies as well. Cute little dickens. Keep them cool and humid and separate them ASAP! I've had much better success at rearing live bearer babies when kept singly or in very small groups. Good luck.

Cheers!
T
 

marksteeves

New Member
I went searching

Look like Chamaeleo trioceros jacksonii merumontanus to me.

Congrats on the babies as well. Cute little dickens. Keep them cool and humid and separate them ASAP! I've had much better success at rearing live bearer babies when kept singly or in very small groups. Good luck.

Cheers!
T
I believe you to be very right on this was even able to find my guys twin so Thank you for steering me in the right direction
 

franklin

New Member
they are triceros jacksonii merumuntanus.
the female have very particolar color.usually are brown and grey,yours female have a male color.
 
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