Pics from Madacascar

Ace

Avid Member
AWSOME!!!!!!:eek::eek::eek:

MORE PICS MORE PICS:D

ISNT THE FIRST ONE A OUSTALETS, AND THE RST ARE PANTHERS??/
 

GmbH

New Member
What you can see are:

Furcifer pardalis
Furcifer oustaleti
Furcifer petteri

Calumma nasuta
Calumma amber
Calumma ambrensis
Calumma boettgeri

Brookesia minima
Brookesia spec.
 

Kent67

Retired Moderator
So, those are also the "rare" Nosy Faly locale Oustalet's? ;) Great photos! Did you go on a guided tour or plan your own trip? Thanks very much for posting these photos as well as the rest of your collection!

Edit: Find any F. timoni?
 

GmbH

New Member
We make our own tour. I visit a friend of mine who is emigrated.

We started a tour with our bikes. The start was on Nosy Faly, over ambilobe an then to the ambre mountain nationalpark.
It was a hard trip but we found a lot of beauty chameleons.

We didn't find Furcifer timoni because the habitat of these species ist very small and the season was bad to find timoni because they live in a hight about 3-4 metres.

i think i have to fresh up my english :(

ps.: nice pic of the SS emblem, what kind of SS do you drive?
 

Kent67

Retired Moderator
Bike tour! Fantastic! Just to clarify for myself, you rode all the way down the Ampasindava Peninsula from Nosy Faly to Ambre Mtn? How long did that take? Wow, I am envious!

I don't think you need to worry about your English at all. Or, maybe I need to freshen up on mine, too. :D Again, thanks for sharing all the tasty photos!
 

Dupontman2

New Member
Nice pics but I noticed a substrate with all those chams and no UVB light, or no misting system or dripper!! Just kidding, couldnt help myself as we all see this so much on the website!!!
 

laurie

Retired Moderator
We make our own tour. I visit a friend of mine who is emigrated.

We started a tour with our bikes. The start was on Nosy Faly, over ambilobe an then to the ambre mountain nationalpark.
It was a hard trip but we found a lot of beauty chameleons.

We didn't find Furcifer timoni because the habitat of these species ist very small and the season was bad to find timoni because they live in a hight about 3-4 metres.

i think i have to fresh up my english :(

ps.: nice pic of the SS emblem, what kind of SS do you drive?

When you can post pictures like those your english will never bother me. You just post away, so far I love every post you have made.:D:D
 
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