what type of veiled morph is my male. you know how you have the sunburst, torquise. also does anyone have a picture of the veiled chameleon subspecies Chamaeleo c. calcarifer
It is possible for some species to hybridize with other species but they have to be closely related. Veileds and Panthers are too distantly related to hybridize (different genera) and Jackson's and Veileds are too distantly related to hybridize as well (not only different subgenera but one is live birthing while the other lays eggs). Now, there are reports of F. pardalis x F. oustaleti hybrids and a few others but these are all closely related species.
As you said, panthers are all the same species, those hybrids are just specimens collected from different locales so this is completely different.
Just like what he said. What qualifies different species is not whether or not they can have offspring, but if those offspring are still fertile. I.e. a donkey and a horse can make a mule but the mules can not reproduce independently