Described by Cuvier in 1829, the Panther Chameleon (Furcifer pardalis), are notably the most colorful. Endemic to Northeast and eastern Madagascar with a wide lowland distribution in both disturbed and natural habitats. There are a number of locales specific and crossed varieties available commercially in the United States. Furcifer pardalis is listed as Least Concern on IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.
The most commonly available in the United States commercially are the Ambilobe, Nosy Be, Nosy Faley, Sambava, and Tamatave. Below is an extensive list.
Diego Suarez Joffreville
Masoala Nosy Ankarea
Nosy Boraha Nosy Faly
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