Lowland trioceros species?

allen

New Member
Hey,
Getting back into chameleons, and biggest love will always be trioceros genus.
But as some major cooldown at night will not always be available, i was wondering which species do not need that serious drop of temperature. I know cristatus is one of those, but are there other species like that?

Greets
Allen
 

biffle

Avid Member
My Triceros jacksonii jacksonii do great indoors.

Hey,
Getting back into chameleons, and biggest love will always be trioceros genus.
But as some major cooldown at night will not always be available, i was wondering which species do not need that serious drop of temperature. I know cristatus is one of those, but are there other species like that?

Greets
Allen
 

Benjlan

Member
they do need a night dropp aswell.

Hey just curious, how much of a drop do you suggest? I don't have one but my brain wants to know. Just nosey I guess. I had a Jackson back in 97 he did real well. Back then I didn't have this site just outdated conflicting info books.
 

biffle

Avid Member
I've got two generations that have been doing fine with no drop.
Maybe mine are unaware they need a drop.
 

leedragon

Chameleon Enthusiast
I've got two generations that have been doing fine with no drop.
Maybe mine are unaware they need a drop.

Maybe they are. Mine had a sticky note written on their terrarium so they didn't forget about it.

I would say to 16 C but have heard 18 works well too.
 
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