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Furcifer angeli Männchen 2016

Furcifer angeli

First description: Brygoo & Domergue, 1968 Distribution: Furcifer angeli lives in the dry forests of northwest Madagascar. The distribution area extends from Ankarafantsika national park until some residual forests close to Port Berger. The...

Furcifer antimena

First description: Grandidier, 1872 Distribution: Furcifer antimena inhabits the spiny forests and savannah edges of dry and hot southwest Madagascar. Best time to find these animals is from the mid of February to the...
Furcifer balteatus male

Furcifer balteatus

First description: Dumeril & Bibron , 1851 Distribution: This species exclusively lives in the mountain rainforests of Ranomafana and Ifandiana. Sometimes they also climb in lush, high grown secondary vegetation. If you walk along...
Furcifer belalandaensis

Furcifer belalandaensis

First description: Brygoo & Domergue, 1970 Distribution: Furcifer belalandaensis lives in the dry residues of spiny forests at Madagascar’s southwest coast. The name-giving village Belalanda is located few kilometers north of Toliara (Tuléar). But...
Furcifer bifidus

Furcifer bifidus

First description: Brongniart, 1800 Distribution: Furcifer bifidus lives in the rainforest along the eastcoast of Madagascar, at heights of approximately 1000 meters above sea level. The distribution area extends from Andasibe eastwards to Toamasina...

Locale Ambanja

Distribution of the locale Ambanja: Ambanja is located in northwest Madagascar in region Diana, and is one of the largest cities there with about 40.000 inhabitants. The national road RN 6 leads directly through...

Locale Ambilobe

Distribution of the locale: Ambilobe is a big, chaotic and very poor city in northwest Madagascar, located in region Diana near Ambanja. With about 50.000 inhabitants, it is a large city that is not...

Locale Ampitabe

Distribution of the locale Ampitabe: Lake Ampitabe is located about 90 km south of Toamasina (Tamatave), only about 200 m away from the Indian Ocean on the eastcoast of Madagascar. At the edge of...
Furcifer labordi Weibchen

Furcifer labordi

First description: Grandidier, 1872 Distribution: Furcifer labordi lives in western Madagascar, where it is enormously hot and dry. Only in spring there is a short rainy season, the other times of the year the...
Furcifer major

Furcifer major

First description: Brygoo, 1971 Distribution: Furcifer major is native to Madagascar’s dry, hot south. Its distribution area reaches from Mangoky river to Andringitra mountains, down to Faux Cap and Fort Dauphin. It lives in...