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  • Trioceros Ellioti

    2019年12月1日 Category:

    Characteristic This species is a chameleon distributed in the west of East Africa. There is one white line on the side of the body, and an orange / brown mottled pattern around it. The characteristic is that there are black slits (grooves) on both sides of the gular, same as Trioceros Goetzei. * Chameleons basically… [Continues]

  • Kinyongia Tavetana

    2019年11月3日 Category:

    Characteristic This chameleon lives near Mount Meru and Mount Kilimanajaro. The feature is a double horned. How to identify between similar species Smaller than other two-angle chameleons and has no crest on the back. This is the only specie of chameleon that has no crest on the back, so you can easily identify it. See… [Continues]

  • Rieppeleon Brevicaudatus

    2019年11月1日 Category:

    Characteristic This chameleon is a pygmy chameleon inhabiting East Usambara in Tanga and Uluguru Mountain Morogoro. It is characterized by small protrusions like a beard under the chin. How to identify between similar species This is the only pygmy chameleon with a beard. Habitat It lives in the East Usambara of Tanga, Mount Uluguru and… [Continues]

  • Rhampholeon Temporalis

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    Characteristic This chameleon is a pygmy chameleon inhabiting the East Usambara Mountains in Tanga. There is a single line on the body, and there are a dot on it. Other than that, it is a normal pygmy chameleon. How to identify between similar species This is the only specie that contains a dot on a… [Continues]

  • Rhampholeon Spinosus

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    Characteristic This chameleon is a pygmy chameleon that inhabits East Usambara. Although it is small for a pygmy chameleon, it has a slender body. The nose is growing like a rosette and there are thorns-like spines in the body. It is a pygmy chameleon, but it is known to be more tree-like than a general… [Continues]

  • Rhampholeon Moyeri

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    Characteristic This chameleon is a pygmy chameleon that lives in Udzungwa Mountains in Iringa. There are spines like horns in front of the nose and eyes. How to identify between similar species Similar to Rhampholeon Beraduccii, I don’t know differences. . . Habitat It seems to live in Udzungwa Mountains in Iringa and Nguru Mountain… [Continues]

  • Rhampholeon Beraduccii

    2019年10月31日 Category:

    Characteristic This is a pygmy chameleon inhabiting the Sali Forest Reserve in Morrogoro. The characteristic is that there is a very small spines on the nose. In addition, there are two lines in the body, which is common in the Pygmy Chameleon. Although the English name is Mahenge, Mahenge is the name of the area… [Continues]

  • Rhampholeon Uluguruensis

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    Characteristic This is a pygmy (Konoha) chameleon inhabiting Uluguru Mountain in Morogoro. It has the same shape as a general pygmy chameleon. It has two lines on the body. How to identify between similar species It is difficult to distinguish because there are many species that contain two lines and it is a general body… [Continues]

  • Rhampholeon Acuminatus

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    Characteristic㏌ This chameleon is a pygmy chameleon that lives only on Mt. Nguru in Morogoro. It has a slender body. The nose is growing like a rosette and there are thorns-like spines in the body. It is the only chameleon in Tanzania which is classified as critically endangered in Red List. The inhabited mountain is… [Continues]

  • Chamaeleo Dilepis

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    Characteristic It is a chameleon inhabiting all over Africa south of Ethiopia and Congo. It has a larger flap than other chameleon chameleons. In addition, it is very resistant to changing an environment, so easy to keep. How to identify between similar species It can be distinguished from other Chamaeleo by the size of the… [Continues]