iPardalis Chameleon Breeders

Small-batch chameleon breeders located in Poolesville, Maryland with detailed lineage and chameleon breeding statistics stretching back to 2015.

We are chameleon breeders located in Poolesville, Maryland. iPardalis stands for Individually-raised Panther Chameleons, and we were the first chameleon breeder to commit to raising our chameleons individually in 2015. Now, we are breeding our 7th generation of Ambilobe Panther Chameleons (Furcifer pardalis) and 2nd gen of Furcifer minor (Lesser Chameleons).

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We specialize in Ambilobe Panther Chameleons. Our Ambilobe Chameleons are highly coveted as founding stock animals in the industry due to their vibrant color, robustness, and trustworthy lineage from Ambilobe, Madagascar.

We ensure our chameleons receive the same level of care regardless of their sex. We only sell chameleons that are bred in captivity and are over 12 grams in weight. We do not sell hatchlings, babies (under 3 months old), eggs, or wild-caught animals. Every iPardalis Chameleon has a life-long guarantee.

From our blog

We breed Ambilobe Panther Chameleons (Fucifer pardalis), among other exotic reptiles. Our blog is a way to connect with the community and share our experience. There isn’t a single chameleon breeder in the United States who has shared more information about their methods, philosophy and research.

Reptile Entrepreneur: An Introduction to Artificial Intelligence

on May 27, 2024

Introduction to AI in Chameleon Breeding Businesses Artificial Intelligence (AI) is transforming various industries, including chameleon breeding. This introduction on reptileentrepreneur.com explores how AI can enhance breeding operations, improve efficiency, and optimize outcomes in this niche market. What follows is what AI thinks about the topic, but I highly encourage you to listen to the real interview. It is MUCH more informative! AI for Chameleon Breeding: Overview and Applications AI for chameleon breeding refers to leveraging artificial intelligence technologies to improve breeding practices, manage genetic diversity, and ensure chameleons’ health and well-being.

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Panther Chameleon eggs FAQ

on May 17, 2024

Buying or selling Panther Chameleon eggs is not a best practice. We wrote a blog article on the topic back in June, 2023. This is our FAQ article about Panther Chameleon eggs for sale. iPardalis | Panther Chameleon eggs Can You Buy Panther Chameleon Eggs? Yes - but not from iPardalis. Selling Panther Chameleon eggs is a common scam. You should buy a healthy juvenile so you can assess the lineage and quality of your Panther Chameleon prior to your purchase.

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Chameleon Breeder Scorecard - iPardalis

on April 16, 2024

Chameleon Breeding Statistics This article dynamically pulls our chameleon breeding data, updating the tables, figures and statistics every time we make a change to our website. It is a live view of how things are going for us as well as a record of the past. We are the first, and only, Panther Chameleon (Furcifer pardalis) breeder to track nearly a decade of statistics working with the species and make them available to the public, free of charge.

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Complete Guide to Ambilobe Panther Chameleons

on March 15, 2024

This article discusses captive-bred Ambilobe Panther Chameleons (Furcifer pardalis) in the United States. It is a complex story which begins with the discovery of ‘Picasso’ Panther Chameleons by Olaf Pronk in the early 2000s and eventually become known as the Ambilobe local form. It continues with a discussion of the complex geography, phenotypes and genetics of Ambilobe Panther Chameleons. And finishes with a few takeaways for breeders who are interested in working with Ambilobe Panther Chameleons.

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On YouTube, we interviewed some of our favorite chameleon breeders and researchers as a host on the Chameleon Academy Network. Our first series covers Selectively Breeding Furcifer pardalis. Guests discuss their breeding principles, what we know about genetics and a few business ethics and sales topics.