25 Species of Anoles at the World’s Largest Reptile Show

The Hamm Reptile Show, operated by Terraristika Hamm, is said to be the largest reptile expo in the world. Several shows are held a year, the most recent 2½ weeks ago. One AA correspondent reports there were “plenty of captive bred anole species. For example: barbatus, porcus, valencienni, noblei, bartschi, roquet, baracoae, allisoni. I think more than 25 species available just on this show.” It’s surprisingly hard to get information on the show on the internet. Can any of our readers tell us more?

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2 Responses to 25 Species of Anoles at the World’s Largest Reptile Show

  1. Joseph Burgess says:

    I have been to this show 2 times 2004 & 2005 (I think). There are so many unique species, both invert & herp offered for sale. The barbatus I was keeping originated from this expo.

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