The dark ones Are fine I know the black ones are native to California and probably the US I think they are susceptible to the virus that was killing crickets off and the tan ones were hardier. Someone please tell my if I'm way off bAse with that
I hate to say it although I also hate the idea of throwing them into a bucket together with the history of how many people catch wild caught creatures for pets this s fairly humane. Take a look at the practice of poisoning reefs just to catch a few fish that may survive.
I also have to...
I agree with ridgebax1 try air layering you can still use some root hormone. This way the plant will be able to keep nutrient going to the portion you will be cutting.
The only problem is I wouldn't leave the plant In Your viv with your Cham.
If it is the common screen type cage you will need to purchase screen from a local hardware store (aluminum is best) a roller and exactly knife.then rescreen it just like you would a window screen.im sure you an find a visual aid to rescreening on line that would describe the process.
Without knowing everything wrong with her definately quarantine her.
Please check the how to ask for help section above in this thread and get As much info as you can from your friend when he arrives.
Also you need to find a vet and get her In ASAP
I'm definitely not an expert but I always figure start with the most foliage and walkways closer to the top (maybe one or two at the bottom in case prey gets there) then as you Cham grows,and gets comfortable you can thin the plants.
Welcome to the forum I am obviously also a newbie. First of all read as mush as you can. You will see all chameleons are different. It sounds like you are very lucky and have a social chameleon. I know you may want to sway adequate to avoid the frustration from bad posts, but everyone is very...
Can anyone tell me what the black beetles and larvae are I get with the crickets I purchase?
Can i feed them to my chameleons?
I have been removing them and getting rid of them. But would hate to be throwing out another variety of food.