Photos of my collection (dialup warning!)

Chris Anderson

Dr. House of Chameleons
Staff member
These aren't all the species I'm currently working with nor are they every specimen of each species I have in some cases but hopefully you all will enjoy the pics.

Baby Calumma p. parsonii female:
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Unknown sex Calumma p. parsonii:
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Female Bradypodion spinosum:
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Male Bradypodion uthmoelleri:
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Female Bradypodion uthmoelleri:
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Female Chamaeleo (Trioceros) affinis:
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CB Subadult Chamaeleo (Trioceros) melleri:
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Brookesia therezieni:
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Brookesia superciliairis:
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Brookesia thieli:
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Female Furcifer lateralis major:
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Male Chamaeleo (Trioceros) wiedersheimi wiedersheimi:
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Enjoy!

Chris
 
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Chris Anderson

Dr. House of Chameleons
Staff member
Few more since I was over the limit on pics per post.

Gravid female Chamaeleo (Trioceros) hoehnelii:
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Male Chamaeleo (Trioceros) montium:
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Male Chamaeleo (Trioceros) quadricornis quadricornis:
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Gravid female Chamaeleo (Trioceros) quadricornis gracilior:
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Angry male Chamaeleo (Trioceros) quadricornis gracilior:
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Enjoy!

Chris
 
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MicheleSmith

New Member
Very nice Quadricornis and Montium- They look to be tip-top importations. Love the colors the male quad displays when 'fired up'- that's my jealousy speaking, I think everyone here can account for that a bit. LOL :D Beautiful collection...
 

Heika

New Member
They ARE beautiful, and my wish list of chameleons just went through a revision because of those quad pictures!

Heika
 

Jerm

Avid Member
Great pictures..

Wow! I am really interested in learning more about the quadricornis gracilior. I've never actually seen one of those. Great pictures!

Jerm
 

Shelby

New Member
Loved the pics! Thank you for sharing. It's a beautiful collection. Those guys must keep you really busy. :^)
 

lilj0e

New Member
WOW!!! u have the most unique collection i have ever seen. they are beautiful!!! awsome picz thankz:D
 

Brad

Administrator
Staff member
Chris, that was some fantastic eye candy! :D

They are all beautiful animals that I don't often see pictures of. Since I had already recently seen pics of the parsonii, what caught my eye the most I think was the male quad. He has some beautiful shades of green and yellow. The horns and sail are always favorites of mine. Thanks for sharing.
 

JonathanF

New Member
That Unknown sex Calumma p. parsonii picture is just great. Its been a dream of mine to see a Parsons chameleon up close, theyre beautiful. Where do you keep all these chameleons anyway?
 

leedragon

Chameleon Enthusiast
the man is in the house:cool: hah Christ which species do you work with now? I would like to get some of your knowlegde :D
 

Chris Anderson

Dr. House of Chameleons
Staff member
Haha, thanks for the compliments everyone. Definitely an old thread! I wish I still had the diversity of species I had back then, but I have less space to work with at the moment and have tried to focus that space on having more pairs of fewer species.

Chris
 
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