egg laying?

kinyonga

Chameleon Queen
Assuming she's a veiled or panther...around 5 months of age should be safe...but the odd chameleon can lay even earlier than that depending partly on the rate of growth.
 

nikkibella

New Member
Thanks Jan that was really helpful, i will get a bin ready now so i am prepared when she does start but i am so worried it will go wrong and i will lose her.
reading your blog should give me a good head start thanks again :)
 

jannb

Chameleon Enthusiast
Thanks Jan that was really helpful, i will get a bin ready now so i am prepared when she does start but i am so worried it will go wrong and i will lose her.
reading your blog should give me a good head start thanks again :)

You are welcome. I'm glad that you found it helpful. Laying ALWAYS scares me. It's just sometime you have to go through if you keep a female. Are you keeping her cooler and feeding her less? Sometimes that will stop them from laying or at least they produce a smaller clutch.
 

nikkibella

New Member
Hi Jan I have had Bella for about a month now and she is great, i have been talking to the shop i got her from to try and figure how much i should be feeding her, they told me 4/5 crickets 2/3 times a day and a couple of worms she has also had grated and chopped apple and turnip (although she did not seem fond of them) I am sure she would just keep eating even happy eating out of my hand.
Do you agree with what they have said or do you think i should feed her differently ??
I really want to make sure i do the right things for her.:)
 
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