IUCN threat status:

Near Threatened (NT)


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Range Description

This chameleon is endemic to northeast Madagascar, and has a distribution that is restricted to lowland forests between 475 and 625 m asl. Confirmed collection localities include four massifs at Anjanaharibe-Sud (Andreone et al. 2000), Marojejy (Raselimanana et al. 2000), Anandrivola (Andreone et al. 2001), and Masoala (Andreone et al. 2001). It is likely to occur more widely in suitable habitat, as this area remains one of the few large areas of continuous intact forest left on the island, and has an estimated extent of occurrence of 9,500 km.


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