The top photo is an Elliots Chameleon (Trioceros ellioti). The bottom photo is not a Trioceros rudis but a Trioceros sternfeldi. Unfortunately the term ‘rudis’ is misused in the hobby. They are rarely, if ever, collected because due to the high elevation in which they live.
You can tell the difference between the species by the casque shape (it is higher and broader on the sternfeldi), size/shape (ellioti are thinner and longer) and the more rugose nature of the squamation on the sternfeldi. Both these species belong to the ‘bitaeniatus complex’ which explains the close resemblance between the two. Both species are easily sexed by the larger tail base on the males.
Here are a few pictures of the ‘Red’ sternfeldi from Mount Hanang.
Thank you that was very helpful what do u think the bottom two are ?