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Can grow up to 15 cm in length. The 4th picture shows a juvenile (about 2cm in length) of the same species.
Found Fynbos and Renosterveld.
Beautiful colours :)
Wowwww Beautiful lizard.Congratulations.
Congrats Fanie! Gorgeous!
WOW!!!!!! truly beautiful guy.... Congrats Fanie on this great find
Fanie..well deserved, subject matter and pictures are beautiful...well done!
Congratulations fanie !
Congrats Fanie ! great Series !
The colors are spectacular and the juvenile is so cute! Wonderful spotting - congratulations!
Congratulations on the SOTD Fanie .... amazing colours & lovely series
Congratulations Fanie. Well deserved. Amazing animal.
Fanie, this little South African beauty has been selected as Spotting of the Day! Thanks for the incredible series and congrats on the honor! We appreciate all your contributions and look forward to seeing what you share next! We've also shared this news with our Facebook and Twitter friends: Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/projectnoah/pho...Twitter:https://twitter.com/projectnoah/status/5...
Beautiful colours! Great work my friend!
So pretty, nice series !!
beautiful series Fanie,lovely collour,congrats and thanks for sharing
I am 100% confident that the juvenile is a Cape dwarf chameleon. This is the only chameleon species that has ever been recorded in this particular nature reserve in surveys that started in the 1970's.
The one in the last pic is possibly the juvenile.
Spotted on Oct 18, 2014 Submitted on Oct 18, 2014
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