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    Flash after a shed

    ;) He is now about 9 months old now. This is him basking in his outdoor screen cage. He has some interesting 'brick-coloration" and lime green patches when he soaks up the rays outside. Indoors he stays darker greenish-blue hues with a more pink-ish tint to the legs. Thanks to the advice...
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    How much outside time?

    My panther chameleon Flash is now about 6.5 months old. He lives indoors with us. We live at an elevation of 5600 feet in the SW Metro Denver area. Flash has recently decided he likes to come out of his cage and really likes going outside. So to accomodate him, I have been letting him...
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    Flash's new home

    This is a custom cage built for me by Argentra. This cage is approximately a basic 2' by 2' square that is 5'6" tall and has a reinforced floor with 4 drains that drip into a tub that sits below the whole unit. The screen is standard mesh pet-screen and the wood painted and finished with...
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    Soldier Flies?

    I ordered some Phoenix worms. Over the past few weeks some started to pupate. In the last few days a few soldier flies have hatched out. I already fed them off to my cham flash and just wanted some opinions on whether this is okay? I did gut-load them similarly to house/blue-bottle flies...
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    prep of veggies for gutloading

    Does anyone do anything special to the vegetables and foods they use for gutloading? Do you simply toss pieces and scraps in with your feeders or do you chop, dice, mash everything up? I don't think the bugs really care, as they seem to eat stuff either way, but I am curious as to how...
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    Concern ???

    Cage Info: Cage - Screen Cage 24x24x36 inches from LLLReptile. Lighting - RZilla 5.0 UVB placed on top of cage. 75-watt ceramic spot bulb placed on side of cage. Cage gets some direct AM sunshine through a window. Temperature - Temps during the day average 72-76 degrees in the ambient air...
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    Mealworms as a supplementary food?

    My little panther did not like silk worms I ordered. No big deal since the fire-belly toads we have loved them. My cham is about 3-4 months old and is eating gut-loaded and dusted crickets supplemented with Phoenix worms. All of the superworms I can find locally are too big for the...
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    new to forum with new friend

    here are some pics of our new cham......it's name is Flash (seemed unisex enough). I was told that it is between 2-3 months old. The shop owner did not know much more than they were captive bred "panther" chameleons. I have some experience with veiled chams and decided to give this one a...
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    howdy....

    from the rockies. ;) I am the proud owner of a young panther chameleon and decided to sign up and read what I could on proper care and handling of the little furcifer. I have experience with veiled chameleons, but have no experience with other types. I am currently feeding it small...
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