Number of species bred?

Number of species bred?

  • zero

    Votes: 177 58.4%
  • one - two

    Votes: 77 25.4%
  • three - four

    Votes: 27 8.9%
  • five - ten

    Votes: 9 3.0%
  • ten plus

    Votes: 13 4.3%

  • Total voters
    303

allen

New Member
jacksonii, rudis, brevicaudatus, b. superciliaris, quadricornis, accuminatus, lateralis. have to say, not always that good results. The superciliaris and quadricornis were both one hatchling and did not survive after a month or so.

greetz
Allen
 
calyp, pardalis, montium, Fisherii fisherii, multituberculatum, tavetanum, rudis, jack jack, xants, verrus, minor, lateralis


Others: grandis, cepediana, ornata, williamsii

Around 80 Testudo Hermanii

up next: 1 homo sapiens :D
 

DEVO

New Member
I ve been a chameleon keeper for 13 years and i started breeding chams about 8 years ago with a pair of Chamaeleo Calyptratus.Today i am keeping and breeding some Trioceros Quadricornis Gracilior,Trioceros Deremensis,Furcifer Pardalis(red bar ambilobe) and some very rare Bradypodion Thamnobates,i also have a pair of Trioceros Melleris,its my first experience with this specie and right now they are a little over a year and a half old,close to sexual maturity and i will try to breed them soon.In the past i have had success with Chamaeleo Calyptratus,Rieppeleon Brevicaudatus and furcifer lateralis.I have tried with a few more species with no success,so in total i ve had success with 7 species.
 
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