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We breed and raise Ambilobe Panther Chameleons (Fucifer pardalis), among other exotic reptiles. Our blog is a way to connect with the community and share our experience.

Community Funded Genetic Test for Furcifer pardalis Haplogroup

on December 31, 2021

Panther Chameleons (Furcifer pardalis) display an amazing variety of colors within distinct locales that are physically separated by mountains, oceans, rivers and mangrove forests. The Panther Chameleon hobby has never had a reliable way to test animals for locale origin, and we have had to rely on import labels, guessing locale based off of male phenotypes, or what the breeder one gen upstream said. However, females do not display their phenotype and have always been “proven out” by breeding with a male from an assumed locale and observing their offspring to determine if they look like we would expect.

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on October 6, 2021

Zozoro is a great YBBB from the Kammerflage sire Gold Rush. His father is my favorite YBBB produced over the past few years and his mother is the combination of a vibrant YBBB named My Friend and a true F1 from two different WC that the Kammer’s acclimated recently.

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on September 5, 2021

Mainty is one of the nicest RBBB females I could find for Ralph. Her sire, Bangheera, is a classic red body blue bar Ambilobe produced by Highlighter Chameleons and owned by Nature’s Van Gogh. After talking to Logan about Mainty’s brothers, it looks like many of them proved out to be similar to Grape Inferno or Bangheera, so although Moonclaw’s sire is Flamethrower, it seems she took after her dam sire.

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UVI Impact on Growth of Furcifer pardalis Neonates

on August 4, 2021

We raised two clutches of Furcifer pardalis (Panther Chameleons) under controlled conditions to answer a simple question: How do the growth rates of babies raised under UVI 3 and UVI 6 compare? Background Michael Nash recently studied two groups of Furcifer lateralis neonates and found that UVI 7 and UVI 3 resulted in no noticeable difference in growth rates for that species.

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