AdCham.com website serves as an international center for the sharing of
information regarding old world chameleons. The contributors represent the fields of herpetoculture, veterinary medicine, import-export,
taxonomy, and animal behavior.
We publish reports from the field on the chameleons of
Madagascar and Africa in the
CHAMELEON information Network Journal.
are interested in keeping chameleons as pets, please
review these brief introductory information pages. Our
diverse worldwide membership of more than 2,700 individuals
has contributed a wealth of knowledge on the best and most successful methods of
maintaining chameleons in captivity.
AdchamThe ADCHAM list is designed for discussion between advanced Chameleon
keepers. Beginners with less then two years experience should go to other list(s) for day to day husbandry advice, and communication. ADCHAM proceedings
are available for reference, to anyone, through the archives.
you may post messages or questions pertaining to all aspects and issues
regarding the keeping, breeding, health, and conservation of Old & New World
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