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  1. Kickythekick

    My Panther seems too tame...

    Gorgeous! I would say he’s an ambilobe YBBB (yellow body blue bar), which is what mine is ;) Good thing you saved him!
  2. Kickythekick

    My Panther seems too tame...

    Woah what a cutie! Well, one of our breeders seems to have the dates wrong. I have attached the pictures of my guy who was between 2-2.5 months old when we got him (there was a two week date range). He seems to be considerably bigger than yours was. The one with me holding him was about 6 days...
  3. Kickythekick

    My Panther seems too tame...

    That's helpful to know, thank you! And what a good looking boy, what locale? I'm assuming RBBB Ambilobe?
  4. Kickythekick

    My Panther seems too tame...

    Well this would be the ideal situation, but I want to make sure it's not because he hates his house. lol. T5HO is about 10 inches away (based on breeders recommendations). I will look into upgrading the cage soonish.
  5. Kickythekick

    My Panther seems too tame...

    I am in NO way an expert but he does look younger than 7 months... Because of the age we got Skittles I know that he is close to 4.5 months old just based on the fact that he was a scrawny little button the day we got him. haha How long have you had Pesto? He is gorgeous! Do you have a...
  6. Kickythekick

    My Panther seems too tame...

    Spam away! ;) I'm not sure his weight but he looks solid. He's a YBBB and his sire is Two Rivers from Kammerflage. Do you have more pics of your guy to share? I live just north of Denver btw :)
  7. Kickythekick

    My Panther seems too tame...

    I think this may be the issue :/ I have a 2x1.5x3 cage. I got him a smaller one to start and then have plans to upgrade to a Dragon Strand. That said, there are still lots of places in the cage he doesn't explore... I have had him since he was 2-2.5 months old and got him from Kammerflage so I...
  8. Kickythekick

    My Panther seems too tame...

    I have a gorgeous ambilobe (Skittles) that’s about 4.5 months old. I have made every effort to have him associate me with food. Essentially this means that he eats every worm out of my hands and most crickets or roaches from a cup that I hold. Over the past week he has seemed overly anxious to...
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    Comment by 'Kickythekick' in media 'Kyle all fired up'

    Great shot! He looks like a rockstar
  10. What are you looking at?

    What are you looking at?

    Our sweet boy named Skittles, a 4 month old Panther (Ambilobe).
  11. Kickythekick

    Considerations for taking my chameleon outside

    Oh man there's a few of you! haha. Is there a CO Keepers Thread? I'm never more than 4 feet away (much to his dismay I'm sure). haha Oh, I'M SO EXCITED! Does the August contest submission open August 1st?
  12. Kickythekick

    Considerations for taking my chameleon outside

    Thanks! He's definitely growing into his namesake. Photography is kinda my thing so I can't think of a better pet to have (besides a lion or leopard ;)
  13. Kickythekick

    Considerations for taking my chameleon outside

    Thanks, when he just stares at the sun I get concerned but I will stop worrying. The information you provided regarding times and temps is helpful as well!
  14. Kickythekick

    Considerations for taking my chameleon outside

    Jellybean is an amazing name! haha Thank you, I'm currently trying to determine when the gaping is from him being too hot or frustrated with me or concerned that a finch just flew by. Edit: I just saw that you are from CO... me too! :)
  15. Kickythekick

    Considerations for taking my chameleon outside

    Hello! I’m a newcomer to the community but have been learning a lot over the months from you all. Thanks! We have a 4 month old male Panther Chameleon and I’ve gotten into the habit of taking him outside (along with his ficus) to eat some of his meals. I’m really hoping to get him to associate...
  16. Kickythekick

    Silkworms for Juvenile Panther

    Oh so they don’t NEED to “overwinter”?
  17. Kickythekick

    Silkworms for Juvenile Panther

    Thanks! I'll search for the most recent one by Snitz! I planned on doing this as a bit of a trial... I've read quite a lot of comments about eggs not hatching at all so I'm a little concerned to "bank" on that. However, silkworms seem like an excellent feeder as they don't hop or run super...
  18. Kickythekick

    Silkworms for Juvenile Panther

    Thank you for your help. This is a new world for me ;) Side note, I’m planning on buying 500 more eggs and see that there are many different kinds (zebra, gold, pink, etc). Which do you recommend I try or is there no difference besides color of cocoon?
  19. Kickythekick

    Silkworms for Juvenile Panther

    They are normal silkworms. I fed him a couple of 1-1.5 inch worms today and it honestly felt a little wasteful. He ate them with ease as they are so small around.
  20. Kickythekick

    Silkworms for Juvenile Panther

    Thank you all for your replies! The parts I have issues with is if am going by width then the worm could probably exceed 2 inches. That said, I will use my best judgement. Thank you all!
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