Reptar’s transformation!

Asour89

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So he had a nice shed yesterday and I came in to see him after work and BOOM, he has turned a beautiful ORANGE! He has never had orange consistently over his body! Super stoked!
The photos where he is more of a blue color are from about a month ago, the others are today!
 

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Asour89

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Looks to me like your he is actually a she!
This has been an ongoing debate for about 3-4 months now. Lol. The first post I ever made, I had mostly she’s, the next post, all he’s. He/she has all kinds of bright blue colors a lot of the time. Today was the first day I saw these colors. Here’s a couple more pictures from the ‘he’ post and also a photo of his brother.
 

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Asour89

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@Asour89 The brother is gorgeous! Do you own him as well? I don't claim to be a chameleon sex expert (a sexpert?! haha), but "he" looks identical to the female I used to own around the same age (pic below), so it's pretty much a guarantee you have a female at this point.

Wow! Thanks for that picture! I have been trying to find a picture similar to him/her for the longest time. The one you have pictured is much bigger than mine, mine is about 5 months now. So still on the smaller side but def looks very similar to the picture you posted. No, I bought him/her at a reptile show at about a month old (pictured below). The man selling them had the brothers around so we could look at them. I don’t mind either way. They are all gorgeous creatures. And the orange with the light blues was sooooo pretty!
 

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SmithSe

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@Asour89 You've done a very nice job raising her up! So the pic I posted was when my female was about 5 months old and still under 30 grams. I think it's just the size of the image that's deceiving and makes her look much larger, haha.
 

Asour89

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@Asour89 You've done a very nice job raising her up! So the pic I posted was when my female was about 5 months old and still under 30 grams. I think it's just the size of the image that's deceiving and makes her look much larger, haha.
Well, that makes more sense. in that case, they could be twins! I’m glad I know this now, I am in the process of building both of mine a new cage (I have a veiled female as well), so at least I know that they will both have plenty of room to have a lay bin each now!
 
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