This species was split up and clarified in 2020.
When I saw these, they were easy to identify as C. nasutum. Now that this species has been split up, they are not so easy to identify, as more than one species in this group is found at Analamazaotra. Consequently, I'm not certain of the species of the one pictured at top here. The second one was identified by chameleon expert Chris Anderson as looking like C. nasutum even after the split.
Here is a list of all the reptiles and frogs I saw on this trip to Madagascar.
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