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ANDERSSON L. G. (1910). Reptiles and Batrachians from north-west of Madagascar collected by V. Kaudern 1906-1907. Ark iv för Zoologie 7 (7): 1-15.

 

BARLETT RD. & BERRE F.L.  (2000). The Chameleon Handbook.  ISBN-10: 0764112422 ISBN-13: 978-0764112423

 

BARTLETT R.D. & BARTLETT P. (2001). Jackson's and Veiled Chameleons: Facts & Advice on Care and Breeding.  ISBN-10: 0764117033 ISBN-13: 978-0764117039

 

BERRE F.L. (1995). The New Chameleon Handbook: Everything About Selection, Care, Diet, Disease, Reproduction, and Behavior. ISBN-10: 0812018052 ISBN-13: 978-0812018059

 

BERRE F.L. (2009). Chameleon Handbook (Barron's Pet Handbooks). ISBN-10: 0764141422 ISBN-13: 978-0764141423

 

BRUSE F., MEYER M. & SCHMIDT W. (2003). Futtertiere. ISBN-10: 3930612658 ISBN-13: 978-3930612659

 

DAVISON, J.L. (1997). Chameleons, Their Care and Breeding. ISBN: 0888393539

 

DIMAKI M., VALAKOS E.D. & LEGAKIS A. (2000). Variation in body temperatures of the African Chameleon Chamaeleo africanus Laurenti, 1768
and the Common Chameleon Chamaeleo chamaeleon (Linnaeus, 1758). Belg. J. Zool., 130 (Supplement 1): 87-91

 

DORVAL C. (2006) Chameleons in Captivity.  ISBN-10: 0976733439 ISBN-13: 978-0976733430

 

ESSER S. & DREWES O. (2009). Das jemenchamäleon.  ISBN-10: 3981041283 ISBN-13: 978-3981041286

 

FERGUSON  G.W. , KALISCH, K.  & MCKEOWN, S. (2007). Chameleons.  ISBN: 9781882770953

 

FERGUSON G.W. , MURPHY J.B. & RAMANAMANJATO J.B.  (2004). The Panther Chameleon. ISBN: 1575241943

 

GARBUTT N., BRADT H. & SCHUURMAN D.  (2008). Madagascar Wildlife 3rd (Bradt Travel Guide Madagascar Wildlife). ISBN-10: 1841622451 ISBN-13: 978-1841622453

 

GLAW, F.  & VENCES, M. (2007). A field guide to the amphibians and reptiles of Madagascar. ISBN 978-3-929449-03-7

 

HENKEL F.W., SCHMIDT W., KNOTHIG M., LIEBEL K. & ZOBEL R. (2000). Amphibians and Reptiles of Madagascar, the Mascarene, the Seychelles, and the Comoro Islands. ISBN-10: 1575240149 ISBN-13: 978-1575240145

 

HENKEL F.W. & SCHMIDT W. (2007). Taschenatlas Reptilien: 182 Arten für das Terrarium. ISBN3800151588, 9783800151585

 

HUANG Z. (2002). with my pet chameleon. ISBN: 9868036046

 

KIESELBACH D. (2000). Chamäleons, Ihr Hobby. ISBN-10: 3933646340 ISBN-13: 978-3933646347

 

KLAVER, C. & BÖHME, W. (1997). Das Tierreich Chamaeleonidae. ISBN 3110151871

 

KOBER, I. & OCHENBEIN, A. (2006). Jemenchamäleon und pantherchamäleon.  ISBN 3-9808264-2-2

 

MARTIN J. (1992). Masters of Disguise. ISBN: 0816026181

 

MATTISON C. & GARBUTT N. (2012). Chameleons. ISBN-13: 9780565092900

 

MOYNOT G. & MOYNOT A. (2007). A Field Guide to the Chameleons of Madagascar. ISBN-13: 9782952505000

 

MURPHY, J. (2005). Chameleons. ISBN: 0916984664

 

MÜLLER R., LUTZMANN N. & WALBRÔL U. (2004).  Furcifer pardalis: Das Pantherchamäleon. ISBN3931587924, 9783931587925

 

MÜLLER R. & SCHMIDT W. (2008). Stummelschwanzchamäleons: Die Gattung Rieppeleon. ISBN3936180245, 9783936180244

 

NECAS  P. (1999). Chameleons, natures hidden jewels.  IBSN 3-930612-49-6

 

NECAS  P.  & SCHMIDT, W. (2004). Stump-tailed chameleons, miniature dragons of the rainforest. ISBN: 3930612593

 

SCHLEICH H. H. (1996). Amphibians and reptiles of North Africa: Biology, systematics, field guide. ISBN-10: 3874293777 ISBN-13: 978-3874293778

 

SCHNEIDER C. (2008). Das Jemenchamäleon. ISBN-10: 3937285857 ISBN-13: 978-3937285856

 

SCHNEIDER C. (2011). Das Pantherchamäleon: Furcifer pardalis. ISBN-10: 3981121252 ISBN-13: 978-3981121254

 

SCHMIDT W.& MEYER M (2009). Teppichchamäleon: Furcifer lateralis. ISBN3936180253, 9783936180251

 

SCHMIDT W. ,TAMM K.  & WALLIKEWITZ E. (1996). Chamäleons.: Drachen unserer Zeit. ISBN3931587037, 9783931587031

 

SCHMIDT W. (2001). Chamaeleo Calyptratus: The Yemen Chameleon. ISBN: 3931587460

 

SCHMIDT W. ,TAMM K.  & WALLIKEWITZ E. (1994) The Guide to Owning a Chameleon. ISBN: 0793802857

 

SPAWLS, S. , HOWELL, K. , DREWES, R. & ASHE, J. (2004). Field Guide to the Reptiles of East Africa. ISBN-10: 0126564701 & ISBN-13: 978-0126564709

 

SCHMIDT W., TAMM K. & WALLIKEWITZ E. (2010). Chamäleons. Drachen unserer Zeit.  ISBN-10: 3866591330 ISBN-13: 978-3866591332

 

TILBURY C. (2011). Chameleons of Africa. ISBN 978-3-89973-451-5

 

TOLLEY K. & BURGER M. (2007). Chameleons of Southern Africa. ISBN-13: 9781770073753

 

VOSJOLI P.D. (2004). Essential Care of Chameleons.  ISBN-10: 1882770617, ISBN-13: 978-1882770618

   

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