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the male will have a little spur sticking out at the bottom of his back foot ...if its a female no spur.
Turn the cham around with the hind legs facing the camera n snap a picture on the hind feet with a close shot,and tell me what u see??View attachment 151044 Hi, I got a veiled chameleon from the pet store about a week ago... I am not quite sure the gender?
EL luchador CHAMELEON! Olé!View attachment 151044 Hi, I got a veiled chameleon from the pet store about a week ago... I am not quite sure the gender?
Thanks,but she will be happy as soon you know she is a femalemy chameleon was not too happy about the camera.
Turn the cham around with the hind legs facing the camera n snap a picture on the hind feet with a close shot,and tell me what u see??
You got a female since there is no spur on her hind feetIs this a male or female?
Looks like female to me. Better pics of back feet pleasehaving a hard time identifying the sex for my cham as well..
I've thought he was a little dude for about 8 months now.. have done a ton of research and have seen what other's post I'm just very unsure still..honestly a straight answer would set me right. If Zepplin is a female, I need to read more and prepare myself for her to possibly lay eggs.
Things that make me doubt :
-The colors are not as vibrant as what others suggest for males..
-Zepplin does have the little bump (genitalia bump) some claim as male parts..
-Zepplin's veil is super triangular in shape on his head..
-When I first tried to tell if Zepplin was a male or female after I first got him, I could have swore I saw spurs on the back feet! That's the only reason I figured Zepplin was male in the past. Now when I look I can't tell if guess..
Any help?! Just really want to clear this up lol.It would be much appreciated!
Okay, done with rant!