In most chameleon species yes. If you look at panther chams especially you'll notice the males are the brightly patterned chams most people tend to think about because of their colors. Different regions of Madagascar produce different color patterns, or locales. But the panther females generally all look the same - a pale pinkish grey with some variation. Male veileds are much more colorful than their female counterparts, and their casque on their head is much larger.Is there one? Vibrancy, brightness, variance, etc?