Male panthers are not difficult to take care of at all compared to females of any species. I have a male Ambanja and he is completely awesome. Males are much easier to care for because you don't have to deal with any of the egg issues that you do with females. As long as they have a basking...
okay....thought i'd add to the fun...lol Here's my list:
3 fat cats
1 fat guinea pig
1 panther cham
1 fat bearded dragon
3 green tree frogs
1 30gal fresh water tank with about 8 fish
1 55 gal planted (CO2) tank with about 8 - 10 fish and shrimps
and last but not least
LOL .... this is normal behavior especially for veileds. They tend to eat more vegetation than other cham breeds. Though it does seem excessive that you haveto replace the plants so frequently. Have you tried offering her romaine lettuce? This is another possible substitute. I personally do...
OMG! What an incredible set up you have now Jenna.....and I know what you mean about those extreme MD weather changes LOL I'd love to see some pics of your newest baby projects and I'm still interested in getting Bubba a girlie hook up :D
Hi Mel ... I can understand the impulsiveness as my first cham was an impulse buy of a Senegal. I was able to successfully maintain him for 2 1/2yrs. This is one of the most difficult breeds of chams to keep in captivity. They are also highly prone to the skin worms because 99% of them are...