I did not take these photos so hopefully the vacationers who posted them won't mind me linking to them. Know what they are?
Chris,There is a C. brevicornis group member from Mt. Amber which is green and has long been considered different but only recently described as such. It was named C. amber after the locale and is what I thought this animal was. Unfortunately, the photos don't match any species described from the Perinet area (C. brevicorne and C. crypticum)...I guess I'll need to email Raxworthy the photos and see what his take on it is as the key I just pulled out on the group is hard to be definitive without the specimen in the hand. I'll let you know what I find out.
Damn, you're good. I would appreciate the pdf....I've been searching all the online article databases from my school but we apparently aren't subscribed to any that have the pdf for download. We do have it in the library though....sending email....PS: Its Chamaeleo (Chamaeleo) zeylanicus from India and Sri Lanka