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The Ambilobe comes in two flavors. Red Barred and Blue Barred. The Red Barred displays intense red bars on a bright yellow background. These chameleons appear to glow when excited.
The second flavor is the Blue Barred Ambilobe. Our Blue Bars typically display thick blue barring on a lime green background. They also display Red highlights throughout.
This morph can display deep blue banding. Red barring is also common with this morph. In some cases, both red and blue banding is observed in the same animal. In such cases, the barring appears purple.
A cross is simply breeding a male panther from one morph to a female panther of another morph. The result is a chameleon that displays colors not seen in the wild.
True Blue Nosy Be
Solid blue is the goal. This morph displays different shades of blue with yellow and red highlights around the eyes and lips. These guys are jaw droppers!
Screameleons was the first to bring this stunning new locale to the US. Their Red, White and Blue color combination is unlike any other panther locale. 2008 Captive Bred babies have just started to ship.
Bright Oranges and Yellows is what this morph has to offer. At rest they can display maroon barring on a deep green background.
This morph is considered Ultra-Rare. Very few have been imported to the US, and Screameleons is the only known breeder in the US to have produced CBB offspring. This morph fires up a Solid Yellow background that is simply stunning.
Screaming Solid Red is what you can expect from one of our Tamataves. Although not considered rare, they are not as readily available as the other morphs. Especially the Red Tamataves.
This locale is very similar to the Sambava. However, there are subtle differences that are worth distinguishing. This morph displays bright yellows, maroons, oranges and greens. Some even display a bit of blue in the barring.
The Pink Panther is considered to be a rare morph, and some even consider them to be difficult to keep. Our Pink Panthers display a light pink background with hot pink highlights.