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  1. Fezzik

    Fezzik

    Enjoying the outdoors.
  2. Taylor81

    Comment by 'Taylor81' in media 'Fezzik'

    Thank you, I have been extremely pleased with how he has grown and developed so far.
  3. Taylor81

    US Seeking Yellow Lip Parsonii

    Bumping this, still looking for Male or Female Yellow Lip. Not related to the 2019 Primo Clutch.
  4. Fezzik

    Fezzik

    Yellow Lip Parsonii 1yr 6 months old. 280 grams
  5. Taylor81

    US Seeking Yellow Lip Parsonii

    Sure no problem. Let me check Sure, no problem. Let me check my sock droor.
  6. Taylor81

    US Seeking Yellow Lip Parsonii

    Looking for both male or female, unrelated to the 2019 Primo Chameleons Clutch.
  7. Taylor81

    Mixing Red runners and crickets?

    Runners will cannibalize their own if food is low. So I dont think crickets will stand much chance. Heh. Not fun indeed
  8. Taylor81

    Mixing Red runners and crickets?

    The runners will attack and eat the crickets most likely. They are very aggressive. And pretty much always hungry.
  9. Here's lookin at you, kid.

    Here's lookin at you, kid.

    Calumma Parsonii Parsonii Male Yellow Lip
  10. Fezzik

    Fezzik

    My young male Calumma Parsonii Parsonii. Yellow Lip. 1 yr 3 months old.
  11. Taylor81

    Bee Pollen? The Right stuff?

    The only true way to possibly tell since no science puts much care or research into in depth aspects of the health and well being of chameleons on molecular levels... would be a breeder to experiment with a clutch, or possibly multiple clutches. Divide a clutch in half and run one half on a...
  12. Taylor81

    Bee Pollen? The Right stuff?

    I get the debate here. Is the flower pollen possibly a better source. I think personally they are equivalent of one and other. I dont scare by the "oh its exposed to bacteria etc etc" this that blah blah. Only way my mind will change on that is proof that its harmful. Which I've only seen...
  13. Taylor81

    Bee Pollen? The Right stuff?

    The pollen that Is collected is not processed in the hive. This comes from external traps on the entryway of the hive. What your thinking of as far as processed inside the hive is Propolis I think. The other factors do apply and we are at the will of what's collected I agree. But I've used it...
  14. Taylor81

    Gutloading, are we doing it right?

    I feed my feeders 24/7 on what they get ate containing. I dont separate or differentiate.
  15. Taylor81

    Gutloading, are we doing it right?

    Petr and I have had a small discussion on this and like his post. Where we just do not know what they need and in what amounts. I spoke to him about how I think the best approach given this info, and he agreed at the time with me, in a Blanket effect, covering as many nutrients as we can think...
  16. Taylor81

    Foggers, a Tool or a Danger?

    if you say so, this is where i'll just allow your belief and i'll have mine. but fog absolutely collects... Dewdrops... and no I did not state no other source of water. don't make assumptions cause I said they hydrate from it. so you've observed them long enough in the wild to completely...
  17. Taylor81

    Foggers, a Tool or a Danger?

    wanted to go back to this statement for a second. because no, simply the increase of humidity does not achieve the same goal. increasing the humidity will aid in water retention, but it will do pretty much nothing as far as hydrating. which is the goal of fogging. these are other effective...
  18. Taylor81

    Foggers, a Tool or a Danger?

    What is the current enclosure type is it screen or glass and what is your night time temperatures. Do you have any other means of increased airflow in the Room
  19. Taylor81

    Foggers, a Tool or a Danger?

    Unfortunately, in this respect I have to agree on the dangers. Because unfortunately probably 80-90% of your every day keepers... you know, the ones that worry about spending more than what their chameleon cost when they bought it. Probably shouldn't practice this because they probably dont keep...
  20. Taylor81

    Foggers, a Tool or a Danger?

    Dangit @cyberlocc lol. Cause of my enthusiasm into this husbandry method you are provoking a non debater into the debate.
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