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Ambilobe Panther Chameleons
Sometimes referred to as the "Sirama", this locale has only been imported and captive bred in quantity since late 2001. Located inland in northwest Madagascar, these stunners show a wide range of coloration. With a more subdued background, a "fired-up" male may show the more common yellow background, while less common variations can be orange or red. Vertical bars can be solid variations of red, purple, and dark green . Other variations have vertical bars of a turquoise/blue, bordered and/or speckled with orange. This locale probably has the widest range of naturally occurring color variations, and is considered by many to represent the finest color of any. Click on any of the images below to see a fuller picture of that specific chameleon.