Maybe your He, is a She. I had the same questions early on when I bought 3 Chams. It was my first Cham purchase, I was told they were all males. Turns out two were female, and the other was an ambilobe. He said they were all falys. lol
I crossed one of the girls with my ambanja. The aggressive one of the two. That ambilobe male doesn't want to breed. He has a prblem with his eye. He was blinking a lot when I got him. Maybe you noticed what I'm talking about. Now he needs a lot of TLC. I'll post some pics later, 35 eggs in...
My lil girl just laid her first clutch. I'm going to use hatchrite, but i'm worried about what to contain them in. What works best? Does it need to be air tight? How much water should i mix with the hatchrite? Also what temp should I start out at.
I had problems like that when I first started. He needs direct sun light. If you can let him get about 30min to an hour, then try feeding. Make sure he has a shady spot so he wont get to hot. And mist him with a spray bottle. If that doesn't work try another feeder. :cool: