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    Solenopsis invicta queens

    No...I meant you're not going to feed them to the chameleon.
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    Is This Normal?

    Phorid flies are the first one that comes to mind. They are about the size of a fruit fly and walk with a jerky walk and the eggs produce tiny white worms. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phoridae
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    Solenopsis invicta queens

    So you're not using them as feeders then?
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    Solenopsis invicta queens

    What are you going to do with them?
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    Vitamin A deficiency...photo comparison too...

    Thanks @snitz427 !!
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    New to this world

    Once she gets her big girl colors she's old enough to produce eggs. That's mustardy yellow splotches and blue dots.
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    Vitamin A deficiency...photo comparison too...

    I wish I knew a solution @JacksJill
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    New to this world

    Your Chameleon - The species, sex, and age of your chameleon. How long has it been in your care? Veiled Chameleon female. About 3 months. I just got her over the weekend Handling - How often do you handle your chameleon? Once to add more vines in her cage. She puffs up any other time I’ve tried...
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    Vitamin A deficiency...photo comparison too...

    @snitz427 I hope you find a vet you have confidence in...and that you get Penne's eye issues fixed. @JacksJill the photos are part of the PDF so I don't know why they don't load for you. They do for me...I checked again just to make sure.
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    Chameleon laid eggs on the floor of the cage

    In nature the eggs are buried in the ground and thus....in the dark at all times...I always keep my eggs in the darkness too. For years I have incubated the eggs in coarse vermiculite that is barely moist. That doesn't mean coir won't work...I just don't have any experience with it. To cut down...
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    Is This Normal?

    What did the bugs look like? Please read all of this paragraph before doing it...if you do decide to do it.... I would lift up the other eggs carefully to see if there are any bugs under them or any tiny holes in the underside of the eggs....but if you do, don't turn the eggs when you're doing...
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    Vitamin A deficiency...photo comparison too...

    https://files.brief.vet/2018-07/CTE_Vitamin%20A%20Deficiency%20in%20Insectivorous%20Lizards.pdf
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    Chemical composition of some insects...

    https://www.caudata.org/cc/pdfs/alternative-invertebrate-prey.pdf
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    Chameleon Color Change Communicates Conquest and Capitulation by Russell Ligon...

    https://repository.asu.edu/attachments/158090/content/Ligon_asu_0010E_15228.pdf
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    Neonate Prolapse Help

    Sorry to hear that you lost it...but I'm it really surprised. Prolapse get at that age usually means there is something else going on IMHO. You gave it a good chance...that's all you can do.
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    Is This Normal?

    Did you keep the egg or the baby?
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    Need help please

    That's good. Glad that you found something that works,
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    Leo with follicular stasis

    Double yipee! Nice going with Tandy! Good news about the job!
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    Husbandry check. Don’t be too rough :)

    You said..."Have a mixture out of vitamin A vitamin E and calcium and really small portion of vitamin D3. Powder two large crickets every 4 days something like that"...it's recommended that you dust at all feedings but 4 a month with a phos free calcium powder lightly and on two of the 4...
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    Chameleon laid eggs on the floor of the cage

    How's she doing now? How are you incubating the eggs?
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