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    Hornworms

    They emerged!!! I have ten moths and five that are still pupating. It's pretty cool! :) Thanks for all the input - I really appreciate it.
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    Hornworms

    how can you tell if they have gone into diapause? all of mine still seem to be alive, but some are wayyyyyy darker in color than others. Some are still a nice amber/brown color while some have changed to a very deep brown, almost black color. if i look closely too i can almost see the "fur" on...
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    Blatant disrespect

    no joke, mine did the same thing today!!! he's also eaten quite a lot of hormworms lately, so i'm sure you get the picture. HUGE too.. what gives?! then he was perturbed when I had the nerve to clean it.. sat there flared up. jeez! (I was pretty sure he hated me prior to this, now I am certain!)
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    Hornworms

    still pupating - i think three have died (i put them into a seperate container at the moment because i am not sure if they are dead or just not moving as much anymore.) if they are still "lifeless" tomorrow i'll probably chuck 'em. as to the other ones - they are still keeping on! i'll keep...
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    Updated pyg enclosure

    @Twitchet that baby pyglet made my day! SO cute. i can't even imagine!
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    Updated pyg enclosure

    ahhhh!! i can't handle this!!! your viv is amazing!!
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    My new little guy

    O.J. is gorgeous! (Wish I could offer more help by answering some of your questions, but as a novice chameleon keeper I really don't have any good answers. Just wanted to let you know how beautiful I think your boy is!)
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    He's pissed!!

    Holy pissed off chameleon!! Naga's display was quite lovely though - I know he may not of been happy but he sure made me happy. Gorgeous. Forgive me because I don't know the proper term, but when he started moving his "flaps" I almost died. haha!! So incredible. That truly was quite the show...
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    Hornworms

    About two or so weeks ago I received an order of hornworms from rainbow mealworms as part of my "chameleon sampler pack".. Unfortunately, for my chameleon, about half of them were too large to be eaten. (Since I'd specifically asked for smalls with my order rainbow mealworms was kind enough to...
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    Help with the Stick Bugs!

    @Nicholasdeaan - I'm with you on the bacon. I am NOT fan. As to the stick bugs - good luck! I can't find them either! haha.
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    Is a bonsai suitable for a panther?

    My husband has been doing bonsai for years - and what @PJK said is spot on. It all depends on what type of tree the bonsai is. Ficus is used often. As are tons of variations of spruce. I have also seen rhododendron used often for bonsai, and I once read (and correct me if I am wrong) that they...
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    Cage Critique

    Definitely, definitely get him some live plants (I know you said you were planning on it, but I figured I'd say it anyway!). Moisture holds on them SO MUCH longer than fake ones. I also agree that he needs some more horizontal space. He's a good looking boy though! Congratulations and enjoy...
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    My new Chameleons

    Stunning. It must feel so nice to be back at chameleon keeping - something it sounds like you were born to do! Your new friends are beautiful.
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    Veiled stares at his feeder dish all day

    My veiled chameleon, who is approximately the same age, also did this too. He was never sated.. ever. So much so that I also was afraid I was under feeding him, then (like you) I was afraid I was over feeding him. I must have read the caresheets fifty times to make sure I was in the proper...
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