Early Eggs

kinyonga

Chameleon Enthusiast
Hmmm...i don't see where you talked about overheating or being able to feed and water her while in there or about not letting her see anyone while digging.
 

Mike Fisher

Established Member
I have stated this already. ;)
You seem to be saying this to everyone who agrees with your posts but adds their own experience to it. You should be happy when people back up what you already said, not try to start a fight. The more agreement we have among experienced keepers, the better the advice IMO.
 

chameleontb83

New Member
You seem to be saying this to everyone who agrees with your posts but adds their own experience to it. You should be happy when people back up what you already said, not try to start a fight. The more agreement we have among experienced keepers, the better the advice IMO.
Um, ok....... I am happy. No worries. I did no such thing. I did not start
a fight, and I did not try to. :)

Please, please do not fight with me.

It is "very" clear that am I "not" the one starting a fight here.

I have agreed with others. I was just attempting to make the point
that I had already said a similar thing. That is all, and that is "not"
trying to start a fight.

.................but, I am now insulted.

The fact that you are accusing me of trying to start a fight is a lie,
and is nothing but a disruption of the peace here on this site, and is
honestly insulting, offensive, and rude.

What is also insulting and rude is, when I say something and someone
else comes along and copies what I say, as if I never said it <---That is
completely rude.

There is no reason to misunderstand me, or anything I have said.

Please review these truths:

** I am always kind in my comments.
** I have not started a fight.
** I did not try to start a fight.
** All of my comments have been very kind.
** I will continue to be kind in my comments.
** I have been 100% misunderstood by you.
** I only come here in peace.
** If I am misunderstood by you guys, then that is not my fault.
** There is no need to be rude to me.
** There is no need to insult me.
** There is no need to start a fight with me.
** We all need to be kind to each other. It is a rule of this site.
** We all need to follow the rules.


I have no enemies, and I do not plan to make any. No worries,
because I don't fight, and I don't like fights.

Please don't come here and think that I am a trouble maker,
because it is clear that I am not.

There is no need to misunderstand me, or anything I say.
There is also no need to start a fight with me, so please don't, and
please be peaceful with me. That is all I ask.

I only want to be friends with everyone.
Is there anything wrong with that?

Look, all of this is unnecessary, and off-topic anyway, so please can
we just keep this topic about the female panther?

I will be greatful that everyone here can just calm down, and that
everyone can be peaceful and not be rude to one another.

Sincerely, and kindly spoken,

chameleontb83
 

chamillion

Established Member
The only good thing is she is laying. Maybe she is not laying at once.. But the best thing is this. And ıüI forgot to write: she is 82 gram today.
 

chameleontb83

New Member
That's good. I'm so happy she's laying! :)

What is she laying in?
Soil or Sand ?

Just give her time, and she will probably lay all of them soon.

I'm so glad she's doing ok. :)
 

Mike Fisher

Established Member
.................but, I am now insulted.

The fact that you are accusing me of trying to start a fight is a lie,
and is nothing but a disruption of the peace here on this site, and is
honestly insulting, offensive, and rude.

What is also insulting and rude is, when I say something and someone
else comes along and copies what I say, as if I never said it <---That is
completely rude.
I'm sorry I chose the wrong words and upset you. I was being insensitive.

It is my problem, that when someone says, "I already said that" like you did in three posts to this thread (31, 32, and 40), I get the feeling that someone is getting confrontational, and trying to upset myself and other contributors to the thread. I know now that that was not your intent.

Again, sorry that I've taken your phrase in a way you did not intend. Again, my bad.:eek:
 

Mike Fisher

Established Member
The only good thing is she is laying. Maybe she is not laying at once.. But the best thing is this. And ıüI forgot to write: she is 82 gram today.
Look at the bright side, she is not egg bound. :p The eggs look good but I only see yellow in the one you candled. But, I have incubated eggs that look just like that when layed that eventually hatched, so I'd give them a shot.

Good luck.
 

chameleontb83

New Member
I'm sorry I chose the wrong words and upset you. I was being insensitive.

It is my problem, that when someone says, "I already said that" like you did in three posts to this thread (31, 32, and 40), I get the feeling that someone is getting confrontational, and trying to upset myself and other contributors to the thread. I know now that that was not your intent.

Again, sorry that I've taken your phrase in a way you did not intend. Again, my bad.:eek:
It's ok. I'm very forgiving. I'm here to make friends,
not enemies. :) I just want to be friends with everyone.

We are all supposed to be here to show care, kindness,
and help each other, and that's what I'm here for too,
to encourage, to help, and to contribute to making this
world a better place for our awesome chameleons. They
mean so much to me, and I know that they mean so much
to everyone else too.

I just wanted for us all to focus on this female panther.
She is very special, and in a very odd place in the world.
She needs our care and attention, and I'm trying to help.
I have been very worried about her, and I hope that she
will be ok and will get all the eggs out soon.
 

fluxlizard

New Member
The eggs look good but I only see yellow in the one you candled. But, I have incubated eggs that look just like that when layed that eventually hatched, so I'd give them a shot.
I have to admit- the pic of the eggs prior to being set looked a lot better to me than the one after they were set- problem of not actually being there I guess.

I agree too- incubate them and see what happens.

Best of luck with your female!
 

pssh

Avid Member
Did you try putting her in a separate laying enclosure? If not, it might help. Lot. My females always dig at least 8 inches down (20 cm or so) but usually more.
 
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