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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ChameleonRave, Jul 4, 2010.
Hi I am wondering how often a female veiled chameleon will lay eggs?
They can lay up to 3 or 4 infertile clutches per year. My first female laid her first at 14 months old and her second exactly 4 months later.
Alrighty thanks! Mines only about 11 months old and already laid an infertile clutch so I was jw thanks! And is it your birthday today because if so Happy Birthday and 4th of July!
there is some changes in husbandry (lower temps and lower food intake) that can help reduce size and how often female veileds lay infertile clutches. there is more info at raising kitty the female veiled cham (sorry i cant give you the link cause im on my cell)
Thanks for the help! And that is quite fine I am on my iPod touch for the next week until my laptop gets back from getting fixed lol. But thanks again!!!
My female veiled, since I've had her, has laid 2 clutches, exactly 6 months apart.
Sweet! Do you know of any pictures of a gravid female veiled chameleon?
Look at this
Sweet thanks Stefan!
You should be able to keep your female from laying clutches if you cut back on her food and keep her cooler. This blog will tell you how to do it.
Alrighty thank you!
mine is 4 months should i look for anything?
She won't be sexually mature/old enough to lay eggs until she gets mustardy yellow splotches and bright blue dots.