OK--my now 9 week old veiled who I had concerns about drinking before (I think the warm water did the trick), only ate a few crickets yesterday and none that I know of today. He is in a 38 gallon Reptarium with a ZooMed 10.0 flourescent light and a basking bulb that has a running temp of about 85 degrees. I could just be paranoid but I want the best for this little guy. He has a live Pothos plant and several fake vines throughout the cage. I have been feeding free range crickets and some in a cup. He has been picking them out of a cup since the day I got him as well as zapping them off of the sides and plants. Today I took a bigger cup (transluscent plastic like the ones you get Chinese food/soup in) that is deep enough so the crickets can not escape and hung it off of the vine in the cage. He has checked it out a few times, but like I said, has not eaten much the past few days. Should I only be dusting with Calcium with D3 once a week like some forum members say? I am also catching him hanging off of the top under the light. The temp there is about 95 and I think that may be too high. One more question-he is a Turquoise-Sunburst cross, and he tends to look more blue than light green-is that normal? He gets real light at night when he is sleeping.