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By: Gary W Ferguson, James B Murphy and Jean Baptiste Ramanamanjato
118 pages, 69 col photos, tabs
Comprehensive study of the natural history of a single high-profile lizard species, the Malagasy panther chameleon. It is the first attempt to coming to grips with the complex, often confusing, colour variation of the species. The authors make a case for the panther chameleon as a model organism with value for research, education, herpetoculture and conservation.
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