Also, to quell some fears, please see this blog entry on how males mature differently: Two Panthers Growing Up - Photo Progression. Because not all males grow up the same way and "late bloomers" certainly exist. And for further reading see this other blog entry, Comparing Males and Females, which explains any differences in care, personality, and physiology.
PANTHERS AT 1.5 MONTHS OF AGE
|Male baby panther chameleon.|
|Female baby panther chameleon.|
PANTHERS AT 3-3.5 MONTHS OF AGE
|A male panther chameleon, very developed at his age.|
|A female panther chameleon.|
|Another male panther chameleon. This one is more average, neither very |
developed nor very underdeveloped.
JUVENILE TO ADULT PANTHER CHAMELEONS
|Adult Nosy Be panther chameleon male.|
|Adult panther chameleon female.|
Hope that helps!