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    Just trying to see if I could find other breeders from around the globe who work and breed Chamaeleolis (anolis) Porcus, Barbatus, Chamaeleonides,etc.

    Heck I'm looking for anyone whom exports them to the US on a regular basis.

    Here is our female C. Porcus








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    Hi!
    These are not rare in Europe and here in Russia Ch. barbatus is bred regularly.
    I just got male to my adult female so i hope for the breeing next year.
    If anyone have any tips on how to incubate eggs as i know it is not very simple, will be very useful to read.
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    Hi,
    I don't know if you understand german, but here you can find some informations about the incubation of Chamaeleolis eggs:
    - Chamaeleolis porcus
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    Wolfgang

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikhail F. Bagaturov View Post
    Hi!
    These are not rare in Europe and here in Russia Ch. barbatus is bred regularly.
    I just got male to my adult female so i hope for the breeing next year.
    If anyone have any tips on how to incubate eggs as i know it is not very simple, will be very useful to read.
    I'm glad to find that out... I've only talked to a lady by the name of Veronika, and another man by the name of Lukas who work with them... Seems like these are seldomly offered here in the US.

    I also work with Petrosaurus Thalassinus.



    Wosch, thanks for the additional link and info..

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    hello Shells-n-scales,

    Quote Originally Posted by Shells-n-scales View Post
    I also work with Petrosaurus Thalassinus.
    These are really a dream animal indeed for me. They are sometimes available in Euorpe but still high priced

    Wolfgang , thank you! I will concern the Google translator to do it's best for the link.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shells-n-scales View Post
    I'm glad to find that out... I've only talked to a lady by the name of Veronika, and another man by the name of Lukas who work with them... Seems like these are seldomly offered here in the US.

    I also work with Petrosaurus Thalassinus.



    Wosch, thanks for the additional link and info..

    Those are beautiful animals!
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    hi!

    Here is my pair of A. (Ch.) barbatus.
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    Mikhail from Russia

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    Hi all,

    What is so difficult about incubation of Ch. barbatus eggs. I am acquiring one animal soon as would love to work with them. Have been wanting to work with them for years.

    I would really like to know what is so complicated about incubation of this particular reptiles eggs?

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    Hello Clark.

    The main problem as they need unlike many other reptiles the day-night fluctuation of incubation temperaure.
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    I'm picking up a pair of C. porcus in Hamm.
    I saw somewhere that these could be kept outside in a screen cage in the summer. Has anyone in here actually tried that succesfully?
    I should mention that I live in Denmark/Northern Europe.

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