lets see pics of everyones rare species they are keeping or have kept...

Benton1576

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My WC Masoala Panther Chameleon, the only one in the UK, I also have a female who is currently gravid although not paired yet. He is a giant, almost 20 inches nose to tail and 258g!!:eek:
 

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Trace

Captain Awesome
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 bitaeniatus:



Trioceros ellioti:



Trioceros goetzei nyikae:

Trioceros tempeli:



Trioceros werneri:



And a few other odds and sods

Furcifer lateralis 'major':



Trioceros cristatus:

 
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mickeyratfink

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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 bitaeniatus:



Trioceros ellioti:



Trioceros goetzei nyikae:

Trioceros tempeli:



Trioceros werneri:



And a few other odds and sods

Furcifer lateralis 'major':



Trioceros cristatus:

Absolutely LOVE the Trioceros goetzei nyikae, never seen these anywhere in the UK!
 
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mphelps

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B. superciliaris

Here are a couple pics of my young male Brookesia superciliaris.

I have 2.2 B. superciliaris, and the larger male, which has appeared around this forum before, eats out of my hand enthusiastically. If I put my hand in his cage, he comes looking for food from my finger tips. But when my wife tried to feed him this past week while I was out of town, he hid from her hand and wouldn't come near. He's my boy!
 

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Joery

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Current species:

Kinyongia tenuis (F1)




Trioceros johnstoni (F1)




Trioceros fuelleborni (F1)




Trioceros deremensis (F1)




Trioceros cristatus (F2)


 

Joery

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Species I've worked with in the past:

Furcifer campani (F1)





Rhampholeon spinosus (WC)




Trioceros sternfeldi (F1)




Chamaeleo roperi (F1)


 

allencg101

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well he is a common species but this was my new baby mouse that I had named cheesy:( he was such a cute baby and I loved him dearly all i wanted was for him and raphael to be best friends:(
 

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Joery

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Joery F2 Trioceros cristatus really good! Are you still woking with Furcifer campani?
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 way ;)

I'm currently not working with F. campani anymore since my last clutch was infertile and female dropped dead two weeks after. I will work with them again in future though.

All the best,

Joery
 

lumbasammler

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Wow, that lateralis looks awesome, great colors :)
I do currently have a parson´s around.
He´s here for 2 weeks now ans seems to be a little dehydrated but makes a good eater, guess it´ll be fine :)
Ops, seems like i only read the first page, so beautiful chams everyone :)
 

lumbasammler

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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.
 

Benton1576

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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.
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.
 
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