Your Chameleon - Oustalets, male, under 1 year old. Owned for 4 months
Handling - Only to take him outside if the weather is nice, or to weigh him.
Feeding - Daily. 20+ feeders. He mostly eats locusts but also enjoys crickets, dubias and silkworms. Feeders gutloaded with dry mix, butternut squash, sweet potato, kale.
Supplements - Plain calcium daily, reptivite twice monthly
Watering - Mister is timed to go off for 90 secs 4 times daily. Do not see him drink but urates are white.
Fecal Description - he poops very large!! Mid-brown in colour.
History - CB import from Germany. Purchased from pet shop, no further details provided.
Cage Type - mesh, 2 extra large reptibreeze joined together
Lighting - arcardia 10% uvb strip light, currently on from 7am to 8pm
Temperature - Basking temp 88-92F, night temp 65+, thermostat and digital thermometer located beneath basking spot
Humidity - Live plants used, ficus & umbrella plant. Misting system in place.
Plants - Ficus & umbrella plant
Placement - Living room, 2 foot above ground. No fans, air con or heaters near by.
Location - UK
Riker has had this yellow patch for a couple of months. I thought it was his natural colouring at first but I now doubt this. Could it be a thermal burn? There was an incident where his thermostat sensor slipped & the temperature rocketed to 100F! I became concerned this week when I noticed his shed skin didn't come off this patch. Do I need to get him to the vet and get some ointment on him?
1.0 Nosey be, 1.0 oustalets, 0.1 mellers, 1.1 kinyongia boehmei, 1.1 jacksonii jacksonii, 1.0 sternfeldi, 1.0 hoehnelii