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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.

Parasites and Ethics: Ethics

on November 19, 2022

Most people would not publish this story about parasites on their business page because most people are not ethical. We are. We are also trustworthy, reliable and our behavior is consistent in both public and private. We know this business is about relationships and optimal outcomes for these wonderful animals. That’s why we founded the project with an ethical goal in mind: individually-raised Furcifer pardalis (iPardalis). We believe that sharing information about our experience with parasites will not only help our customers keep their animals healthy, but it could help build awareness and promote preventative actions throughout the industry.

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Selectively Breeding Furcifer Pardalis

on October 14, 2022

Introduction Given that Panther Chameleon (Furcifer pardalis) colors are polygenic traits, and Panther Chameleons are a sexually dimorphic species, selective breeding for a given color is challenging and many breeders fail to achieve a consistent result. If you are not familiar with what a polygenic trait is, you should probably start by reading our previous post about our Furcifer pardalis Body Color Inheritance Theory. Polygenic traits do not have discrete outcomes, and they produce a distribution of results.

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Furcifer pardalis Body Color Inheritance Theory

on July 23, 2022

TLDR; Most individuals have multiple body colors because the complete absence of a color is extremely rare. If a color is found in that locale, you usually can find at least some of it somewhere on every individual’s body from that locale. Offspring can have more of a given color than either of their parents (just like a human child can be taller than BOTH parents) Environmental factors, like being raised in groups vs raised individually, can have a significant impact on the color of the animal, just like height, eye color and disease resistance in humans (those are polygenic traits, too!

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Bibi (WC)

on June 29, 2022

Imported by One World Exotica in June 2022. Bibi is a very vibrant wild caught (WC) Ambilobe panther chameleon. Bibidia translates to wild in Malagasy, which is why we named our two WC Bibi and Dia. Bibi has a decent amount of red on his face and blue bars with a vibrant green/yellow body. The yellow covers both his body and bars, so his bars almost look green at times.

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