Young adult male T.j.jacksoni 'willengensis' Jackson's chameleon, bred in Germany (comes with papers) and therefore unrelated to others bred by myself or most in UK.
He is a dwarf form of T.j.jacksoni which are sometimes termed 'willengensis' but he is actually a Mt.Machakos locality (very blue...
Pair of jacksonii xanths UK bred by Matt Farmer (mattfarmer80 on here) from different bloodlines.
2.5 years old male and 1.5 years old female, been keeping both since 3 months old. Very healthy animals, eating, drinking, pooping and shedding normally. Only selling to make room for new...
Monty finally started his shed yesterday - his last one was back at the end of March. He is showing some really lovely yellows greens and even a vibrant blue under his chin! He will be one year old on 3rd Sept and he will now have new skin for his first birthday photos! :flrt:
The last couple of days have seen Monty going through his second shed. All was ok until he got a piece stuck over his right eye that just wouldn't budge - he really wasn't a happy boy.
He started today looking like a tiny horned superhero so my friend named him Supersaurus!
His greens are...
Since Monty my baby Jackson chameleon is so small, the only way to get a good look at him in detail is to take a clear photo and zoom right in! I just love his 'knobbly' eye turrets! They have much more random and knobbly scales than the Veileds that I am used to!
A few new pics of my baby Jackson, Monty! This little guy has me totally charmed! He was definitely worth waiting 3 years for! :mf_dribble: Nothing does a pouty sad face better than a baby chameleon, and Monty has it down to a fine art already! Such a cute sad little face, bless him! :flrt:
Monty put on his Mummy outfit today and I told him he was a day late, Halloween was yesterday! His first shed is a good sign for me and at least I know he is growing, not that I can see any increase in size yet! He gets some lovely green spots on his face when I get him out, as can be seen in...
A few more pics of my cute baby Jackson, Monty! He is absolutely adorable and will take teeny white mealworms from my hand already! I've seen him drink and found a huge poop on a leaf today! At least I know he is eating all those fruit flies, lol! I am really going to enjoy watching him grow...
Just wanted to share a few pics of my new baby Jackson chameleon, Monty the dinky dinosaur! :flrt: I have wanted a Jackson ever since I got my first cham, Lily, back in 2008 and now I have one! He is very cute and quite fascinating!
Does anyone else keep these guys? I have kept Veiled/Yemen chams for the last 3 years and am getting a baby Jackson in a few weeks. I would love to see photos of other people's set ups and chams please! Also any particular do's and don'ts - things you wish you were told but weren't with these...
Here for sale I have 2 female Jackson Chameleons.
Both Gravid and should lay live young in roughly 5 months.
18 month old xantholophus, Layed 18 young in previously- £200
12 month old Jacksonii, layed 12 young previously - £200
Open to offers!!