good to know! just thought I had read this on here before. But then again I guess you cannot believe everything you read! Everyone needs to be more diligent like you and research! Thank you Lynda!!!I have not found one site anywhere that says calcium salts are ever excreted through the salt glands....every single site I have found says that lizards excrete potassium chloride and/or sodium chloride.
The last thing I think people need to do is read that the salts excreted are calcium salts and end up cutting down on the calcium supplements when they shouldn't. If someone has proof that its calcium, please post it!
I don't have proof just what I've seen. My male panther had this same thing. I forget where I read it but some where I read it could be to much calcium. I cut calcium back and it went away. It has never return. This could be a coincidence, probably is after reading kinyonga post.Hugh Wahl - please read what kinyonga posted above you. I have never found evidence of it being more than excess salts either and we should be careful not to imply that calcium supplementation should be decreased.