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Calumma gastrotaenia marojezensis
Chameleon endemic to Marojejy
Wondeful!!!come from one of last part of primary forest in madagascar.
Beautiful chamaleon and pictures cmoijeje!
love that last one!
Congratulations cmoijeje, this wonderful spotting is featured in the Project Noah blog today! http://blog.projectnoah.org/post/2941265...
is the animal that makes the picture because it is managed with a compact digital camera and lots of patience and testing of light but thx
wot a gr8 pic,jus love these they are awesome!!!!!
Really beautiful, great shot.
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cmoijeje must be done hardcore work for this spotting.
This has very less sighting record and had some Synonyms...http://reptile-database.reptarium.cz/spe...
Dan tail of Calumma gastrotaenia is not match with this spotting...I have deleted first suggestion. I think second suggestion is most matching..!!
Ashish I think you were closer with your first suggestion. I think its Calumma gastrotaenia marojezensis, found in the Marojezy mountains where he saw this spotting. C. nasuta has an apendage on its nose that this spotting does not have.
Here is exact match...http://travel.mongabay.com/madagascar/im...
I feel its very close to...http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Calumm...
Any ideas on the ID for this little guy?
Nice to read your experience... Please add to descriptions such your all spotting...Let's read your experience with great pictures...!!
thanks for your compliments ,this picture is taken by night because in the green nature it is very hard to find green chameleon but easy to see the bright eyes
Spotted on Aug 25, 2009 Submitted on Aug 25, 2011
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