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Can anyone identify my chameleon? Help!!!!!!!


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Posted by Chris Anderson on May 13, 2003 at 13:29:47:

In Reply to: Can anyone identify my chameleon? Help!!!!!!! posted by swordfish on May 12, 2003 at 19:44:13:

:I have a chameleon from the hills just north of Nairobi Kenya. It has about a 4.5 inch body length (not including tail) Does not have horns or high crown on head. I do have clear digital Pics but do not know how to attach them to this file. It often has a white stripe along both sides of his gut from just behind fore leg to almost the hind leg. A white stripe also forms along the line of his mouth. When aggravated he puffs up with bright red under lower jaw area. I can email pictures to anyone who can help with identification.
:Thanks for any help.
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It is not a panther chameleon (Furcifer pardalis). From the description i would say possibly Br. excubitor. Is it from around Mt. Kenya? Email me a photo at parsonii_hoehnelii@hotmail.com and I'll positively identify it for you.
Chris Anderson



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