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  1. jlbradford81

    Stink Bugs

    They are red and black, just the brownish color type
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    scratching at top of cage

    No need really, I really did not see the age of this tread until now but just happened to pop up when looking to see if anyone else had the same issue.
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    scratching at top of cage

    My Cham has been doing this as well for the last week or so and couldn't figure out why. I thought it was because he isn't in a correct size enclosure because I have him in a 36 inch and not a 48. I never thought it could be him seeing a reflection of himself in the UVB housing, but it does make...
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    Stink Bugs

    Every time I see them in my house I grab them and throw them in the enclosure. They get eaten up right away when he sees them and he seems to really like them.
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    I fixed the enclosure!!

    Your Cham looks great! He is about the same size as my Lando was when I got him. The guy told me he was over a year, which he was completely wrong, but more like 5 or 6 months because by 8 months they are usually full grown. Your enclosure looks good but more sticks and plants are needed. Here...
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    I fixed the enclosure!!

    It could be the size or it couldn't. They look weird so It might just be something he is confused about, also he might just not like them. Some won't eat certain bugs, it must be like how I won't eat lima beans, I just don't like them. My Cham absolutely loves hornworms and I almost killed him...
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    Enclosures setup

    Mine is right next to my bed. I work from home so my bedroom is also my office. He sits and stares at me all day but around 8 pm he is ready for bed and he goes to his section of the enclosure that he sleeps in and just bundles himself up. He has plenty of foliage to seclude himself, but even...
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    Enclosures setup

    I would live in that thing. It's gorgeous!!
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    Chameleon names

    That is sooooo funny. When I got my little gut my wife wanted to name him Pascal. So I named him Lando!!
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    Humidity and misters

    I was going to use dragon strands as you have but I have spent soooo much money on this enclosure already that I figured I could make my own or make my own lattice but the cost of branches in the pet store is ridiculous. Since I live in East Tennessee with a bunch of hardwood trees in my back...
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    Humidity and misters

    Thanks. After I posted i realized that I had a package at my door and it was the mister. So that's installed now too. Now I can sit back and just watch him roam. Also, I got him to eat a hornworm out of my hand yesterday. To pissed at me today to do it but it seems hornworms are his cryptonite.
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    Humidity and misters

    Just an update. Here is Landos new and improved enclosure. I took suggestions and gave ways for him to move to every corner, top to bottom with a ton a vertical and horizontals. l and used some partial designs that I saw in others pics and came up with this. Landos new misterking should be here...
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    Humidity and misters

    Ive got some pretty thick picture hanging wire that work pretty well too.
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    Humidity and misters

    Interesting. I was going to buy some plastic lattice from Home Depot or something but its like 60 bucks a sheet right now and only needing a little bit of it just wasn't worth it, but making my own out of branches and zip ties and utilizing the planting pots to help anchor it is an awesome idea...
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    Humidity and misters

    Ah, it looks like it would take more to remove but angles can be deceiving. How are you keeping those hatched sticks on yhe right side connected to the screen? Are you using some on the outside of the cage?
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    Humidity and misters

    anything to make cleaning easier is a bonus. especially when having to work around all of the branches and vines.
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    Humidity and misters

    You potty trained your Cham? How did you do that? Mine has his area that he goes to but its in the top and it falls to the bottom. Maybe after I add more branches and plants he will go down and do the same since a read that if you rearrange stuff they find a new spot to go.
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    It's finally done

    I was going to ask around if anyone had been using magnets for hanging plants because I can get a hold of a bunch of magnets from inside destroyed computer hard drives and i figured the little plants don't weight much so being able to move them around if need be would be great.
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    Humidity and misters

    Quick question, do you take all of your plants out when its time to clean the enclosure or d you just leave them in? Im trying to figure out a way to add more branches and load out with plants but it seems like the plants would be stuck in there after adding the branches.
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    Humidity and misters

    Thanks for the suggestions. I actually went to my local garden center last night and bought a wonder jew, Golden Pothos, both for better vining, and Schefflera plants that I split into three pots for height. I'm going to get some more sticks prepped this weekend and then once my mister and...
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