Absolutely LOVE the Trioceros goetzei nyikae, never seen these anywhere in the UK!I've worked with a large number of different chameleon species in the last 12-15 years but my favourites have to be the bitaeniatus complex. Here is a small sampling of that group:
Trioceros goetzei nyikae:
And a few other odds and sods
Furcifer lateralis 'major':
Thanks! Hopefully in 2 years I can write F3 I will be keeping 2.4 of my F2 myself and distribute some to friends. Currently I have 20+ F2 Tr. cristatus juveniles. First two clutches (1/10 - 4/12) i had some problems with getting them to hatch properly, but now i have 100% viable outcome (18/18). From the hatched juveniles i have no drop outs yet... so lets hope it stays that wayJoery F2 Trioceros cristatus really good! Are you still woking with Furcifer campani?
I live in Germany at the moment, I have 2 unrelated pairs of orange eyes on order which should be ready in October?November time. Who did you buy yours from? PM me if you want.Yes, it´s a parson´s, i just bought it in germany about two weeks ago.
He still doesn´t look perfect, but i guess he gets better. Was pretty small and a little dehydrated when he got here. I payed 600€, which makes about 850$.
It´s really not easy to keep them, so i want to tell anyone who does not have a lot of
experience in chameleon keeping and is not very well prepaired and ready to spend a lot of money to buy one. You´ll most probably regret it.