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Common Chameleon, green version (AAA)

Started by brontodocus, December 29, 2012, 05:38:16 PM

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brontodocus

Walk-around of the AAA "Common Chameleon", Chamaeleonidae gen. sp.; since the head lacks a medial, crest-like elevation it is apparently not Chamaeleo chamaeleon. Total length is approx. 290 mm with a snout-vent length of approx. 130 mm. Unfortunately, this specimen shows quite some paint rub. :-\ There is another, more colourful version of this figure in a walk-around by tyrantqueen.









Edit 2017-02-06: Fixed broken image urls.


tyrantqueen

Thanks for showing this :) I think I prefer the other colour variation though, personally ;D

They came flying from far away, now I'm under their spell....

brontodocus

Hehe, thinking of it, there are more AAA casts that were made in more than just one colour scheme... The large and small AAA Lobsters were made as green and red versions - or was it, ahem, raw and cooked versions? :o ;D

tyrantqueen

Quote from: brontodocus on December 29, 2012, 08:01:57 PM
Hehe, thinking of it, there are more AAA casts that were made in more than just one colour scheme... The large and small AAA Lobsters were made as green and red versions - or was it, ahem, raw and cooked versions? :o ;D
You monster! ;)

They came flying from far away, now I'm under their spell....

brontodocus

Believe me, it wasn't half as good as it looked. It was tough like a shoe sole (and tasted rubberish)! ;D No, really, I bought the red versions of both the large and small Lobster and then realised that they were made in olive green, too. I would have bought the green ones instead if I had seen that earlier... :-\

Jetoar

This figure is one of my last acquistions of AAA figures  ^-^.
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Varanus

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Quote from: brontodocus on December 29, 2012, 05:38:16 PM
AAA "Common Chameleon", Chamaeleonidae gen. sp.; since the head lacks a medial, crest-like elevation it is apparently not Chamaeleo chamaeleon.

Could it be a Graceful Chameleon, Chamaeleo gracilis?


Very cool figure either way. :)

brontodocus

That's possible. :) The size of C. gracilis would fit, too, they can grow to over 300 mm total length.

Ana

this one is so cute  :)) Very nice figure, I love it's pose too :)

Jetoar

In Spain we have a one specie of Chameleon: Chamaleo chameleo  ;).
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brontodocus

AAA Common Chameleonb (green) images are visible again. :)