Guide To The Forms Of Trioceros Jacksonii

29/11/2019

By Petr Necas & Bill Strand, May 2018

Dear Readers,

This species reference guide is being created to help expose the chameleon community to the complexity of the Jackson's Chameleon. Trioceros jacksonii has been a common chameleon for hobbyists to work with. In fact, if you started in the 70's or 80's you most likely started with T. j. xantholophus from Kenya. With triceratops horns and live birth, this species is a marvel to study. There are presently three recognized subspecies, but much work has been done to separate out this diverse group. This guide shares some of the work that is in process.

Much of this information is provided by the study and personal field work of Petr Necas. Petr has been a rich source of information for the chameleon community with a number of books published. His passion for the merging of natural conditions and the captive environment continues to push our husbandry closer to nature.

Please enjoy this exploration of the Jackson's Chameleon as we know the species at this point in time.

Sincerely,
Bill Strand
May 2018

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Author: Petr Nečas