This is very helpful and very informative.
I prefer my method, because it has proven more successful for me, for all
of my females over the years. I have tried other methods, but nothing comes
close to my setup in my experience, and my girls have a much easier time with
sand. Sand, when at the...
I'm very glad to hear that she was fine. :)
Your chameleons look great!
About the eggs...............How often do you candle them?
Do you see little blood veins in the eggs? or atleast a silhouette of an embryo inside?
If so, I wouldn't candle them too much, as they shouldn't see too much...
It's ok. I'm very forgiving. I'm here to make friends,
not enemies. :) I just want to be friends with everyone.
We are all supposed to be here to show care, kindness,
and help each other, and that's what I'm here for too,
to encourage, to help, and to contribute to making this
Um, ok....... I am happy. No worries. I did no such thing. I did not start
a fight, and I did not try to. :)
Please, please do not fight with me.
It is "very" clear that am I "not" the one starting a fight here.
I have agreed with others. I was just attempting to make the point
that I had...
That's great! She's ready to lay. :)
** Prepare a large container for her in a room where
she cannot see anyone.
** Use sand. It's easier to dig with, and holds its
shape better than soil, and is easier to extract the eggs.
** Fill most of the bucket or storage container with
Great pictures :)
This is very helpful. Allow me to take some time to look at these carefully.
I will try to help the best I can......
So far she looks really good.
Make sure for now, that you give her more water. If you have given her
a lot, give her even more water to drink anyway.
I agree, that is basically what I suggested. She needs a seperate
large container, out of sight, with full privacy, so she will be
comfortable enough to lay the eggs.............." if " she will.
I hope she will.
Good point, but.....
That's a good point. It's better to try and know whether it will
work or not, but honestly, it probably won't help. Females
naturally know when they need to go and lay their eggs. This
female's behavior is not normal, which is why it is in question.
I still need some...
Ok, I didn't know that you had turned on the lights at night. It's just
an observation based on the photo you posted. It is misleading, but
her eyes just look that way in that particular photo.
There may not be anything wrong with her eyes being sunken in, but
that doesn't mean she's not...
A house call would be nice, "if" they do house calls.
Most likely though, if she is not even going to the bottom to
dig, then she may not try at all, and will most likely need to
have the eggs extracted by the vet.