|Brookesia exarmata is a tiny, dwarf species from the Tsingy de Bemaraha where they occur sympatrically with Brookesia brygooi and Brookesia perarmata. Because this species was only described in 1996, there is virtually no information available on its captive husbandry.
Contributed by Olaf Pronk
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