IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)


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Range Description

This chameleon is endemic to Madagascar and has a distribution that is restricted to highland forests in the northeast of the island, over an estimated area of 6,449 km. Confirmed collection localities include three massifs, at Anjanaharibe-Sud (Raxworthy et al. 1998), Marojejy (Rakotomalala and Raselimanana 2003, Raselimanana et al. 2000) and Tsaratanana (Raxworthy et al. 1998). This species has been recorded from elevations between 1,250 and 1,675 m in Marojejy (Rakotomalala and Raselimanana 2003, Raselimanana et al. 2000), and as high as 1,700 m in Tsaratanana (Raxworthy et al. 2008). It has a presumed extent of occurrence of approximately 6,450 km.


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