Furcifer Campani – Jeweled Chameleon – Day 52
Today is day 52 and the little Furcifer campani continues to be doing well. She isn’t growing by leaps and bounds but I feel she has a steady growth rate. I would compare her current size to that of a newly hatch Furcifer lateralis. I continue to say her, but I don’t have any form of reference so it is difficult to tell for sure. Her tail base is increasing in size yet I don’t see any form of a bulge developing to date.
As for colors and patters, I’m beginning to notice a change when she is on the move and most certainly when she is hunting verse while at rest. Her normal basking/resting colors consist of a lime green body with white stripes outlined by deep oranges. Her spot colors vary but they are still visible while resting, just not as pronounced. Here are a few examples of her current resting colors.