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Posted by lele on May 09, 2003 at 17:13:13:
OK, I am officially weighing in as a Cham owner! I have been taking part in this Forum both as an observer and contributor and have learned a LOT and hope I have helped some of you out as well (plants, insects and spiders are my areas of experience and education).
I have been researching my newbies for MONTHS!! Actually I had my heart set on a veiled (I'm 48 and have wanted one since I saw my first at the age of 10!) but the maintenance cost at this point was not do-able and I certainly didn't want to compromise anywhere! So as I was researching I saw these adorable little guys on the Kammers website...and couldn't resist! Anyway I got three Rhampholeon brevicaudatus, one boy and two girls, well, they are sexed the best as Ed could do since they are so young - I guess I'll find out sooner or later!
Anyone with experience raising these or other pygmy/leaf/stump-tailed I'd love to hear your experiences. They have a terrific setup and I will keep you posted.
and her babies (it'll take a while to see their personalities come thru so I can name them ;-)