I have an adult Furcifer verrucosus, Gus, a year and two months old. Up until recently, his diet had been four superworms every other day (or an equivalent amount of black soldier fly larvae or dubias). But about a month and a half ago, his appetite nearly disappeared, and he left all or nearly all his food in his bowl. Over the last month and a half he has eaten between 2 and 4 prey items. My running hypothesis is that I overfed him - his diet was very superworm-heavy, he was pretty fat, and his casque had become swollen. He's dropped some weight since he nearly stopped eating, but he still looks healthy - his eyes aren't sunken, his ribs aren't super prominent, and he is still very active. In fact, it seems to me that his hunger strike coincided with him reaching sexual maturity: he's been prowling around his cage actively, dropping sperm plugs regularly. He's also been pooping (though less frequently), which suggests to me that he's just been living off of fat reserves in his head or in his body. There's nothing wrong with his eating abilities as far as I can tell, he ate a katydid I put in there two weeks ago. But he doesn't respond to any normal prey items, including crickets, dubias, BSFs, superworms. I'm worried about 2 things: 1. When will he start eating again? Have any of you had chams that went on hunger strikes like this? 2. How can I get him calcium and vitamins in the meantime? Should I resort to injecting him? I've never given a pet injections, so I'm nervous about that option. Thanks for your advice!