could someone find me some photos of r. brev
Husbandry Techniques for Rieppeleon brevicaudatus (Bearded Pygmy Chameleon) said:Males
* Typically are smaller and will have a slimmer body type
* The dorsal crest is more rigid / defined then with a female
* Males have longer tails
* Males will usually have some sort of pattern which is much more apparent especially in the eye turrets/flanks when displaying for a female
* Typically have a larger more rounded body type
* The dorsal crest is rounded less defined
* Females have shorter tails
* Females have more subdued coloration (light browns) with no patterns (or very little) unless stressed
Will Hayward said:A natural leucistic form maybe?
I dont think a pygmies eyes are big enough to tell if they are blue or not, so the idea of ruling her out just for that reason is blasphemy. Well you have my vote of confidence that she is- now to find out if its genetic. Prove it out. And search for other like her.lowendfrequency said:I've always thought so, but not everyone agrees. Some people have a hard time accepting it as leucitism without the presence of blue eyes, but I've seen leucistic deer with black eyes. She doesn't like the bright sections of the tank either. I'm not sure if it's sensitive eyes or UV skin sensitivity, but I'm sure it's related.