can u mix different phases of panthers
U've got dart frogs?as far as i know, panthers are like dart frogs, mixing is usually frowned upon, i have a 75%ambilobe/25%nosey be, and i will probably end up trying to breed him. I know chameleonsonly.com sells a handful of different crosses that they sell for cheaper than pure locales. i guess its just personal preference.
There are no legitimit differences in veileds in a manner that you are speaking of. There are two differing sub-species. These do in fact posses slightly different physical appearances and some what different color patterns. Only one is held in captivity the Chamaeleo Calyptratus Calyptratus as far as I know. These all live in Yemen. In this sub-species there are massive coloration differances. This is most likely controlled by the mother and the variation would be in the mitochondrial DNA, not the DNA held in the nucleus. This means it would change from cell to cell slightly and an entire clutch could look completely different from one another. The terms like sunburst are just marketing names. I think that these names came about to try to capitalize on the popularity of the panthers' famed differances. Now the panthers do have direct color differances in conjunction to what location that they came from naturally. If people frown upon the mixing of the differant types panthers it would simply be because it would not happen naturally. Other people simply do not care about the mixing of the differing panthers. They do tend to sell cheaper and produce dramatic coloration when they come of age just like the orginal.what about mixing a sunburst veiled with a normal veiled?