You should gutload with more things than just carrots. I’ll attach an image for that. What else do you feed her besides crickets? Variety is key. I forgot about the wild fires. Females can start as soon as 5 months to lay their first clutch. She’s most likely dark in color due to adapting to her new environment. You don’t want her tempature to warm because it contributes to making her lay more eggs. Also, what is your feeding schedule?Yes I have multivitamins and repti vitamins, repticalcium is what I use daily for her crickets, and I gutload them with carrots. And ok thanks! I’ll buy the reptibreeze XL and how do I do a fecal test? I’m guessing I take it to a reptile vet? And I can’t take her outside because all the fires in California right now it’s too Smokey I wouldn’t want her getting sick. And she’s 5 months when would she be ready to lay eggs? Also she’s been very dark lately Is the lamp not hot enough or is she just stressed getting use to her new environment? Thank you for all this info it’s a lot of help!
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