Chameleon Info: Your Chameleon - Jackson's - Female - 6-9 Mo - In Care for 6 Months Handling - 2-4 times monthly Feeding - Crickets, Blue Bottles, Dubia, Horn Worm (medium). I normally feed once a day to once every other day 3-6 items. I'm feeding predominately dubias for the last two weeks because I ran out of other feeders. Before it was loose bottle flies and a few crickets or dubias by forceps daily. Horn worms are very infrequently. They get loaded with papaya, mango, carrot and a green mix (Mostly kale, I haven't made it in a while) I try to have feeders in a cup for her at all times, but she tends to like food from forceps or loose in the cage more. Supplements - Reptical Calcium (No D3) every other day on a few of the feeders. Flukers Reptavitamin on a feeder or two every other day. Flukers Calcium + D3 on one or two feeders once a week. Watering - I mist in the morning and around 4:00 PM normally 2-4 minutes, until everything gets pretty damp. I set up a dripper most days and I have a warm heat and ultrasonic humidifier I run most days. The warm humidifier is always on. I rarely see Tango drink. Fecal Description - I see a lot of black droppings, some white streaks on normal bathroom locations but I don't see many urates. They are pure white though, no apparent discoloration. No parasite testing has been done. Cage Info: Cage Type - Screen ReptiBreeze 16" x 16" x 30" Lighting - CFL Reprisun 5.0, 40W Incandescent combo in the corner. Reptiglo 5.0 bar diagonal across the top of the enclosure. All lights run for 12 hr. Temperature - Low point fluctuates between 70 - 76. Basking temp is normally 78 - 85. They are tested digitally with stationary probes. I am currently using a space heater to keep the room warm, which makes my humidity flucuate a decent amount. Humidity - I try to monitor my humidity levels 3-4 times a day. Mornings are normally a bit dry; 45% at the lowest but normally 55% or above. I normally try to keep the humidity between 60 and 80% and tend to have pretty good success. The cage also sits over a basin to catch water which I drain on a weekly basis. I believe that this evaporates throughout the day as well. Plants - Live plants schefflera arboricola, pothos, Fittonia verschaffeltii Placement - Cage is located in our designated zoo, closed door, low traffic, in front of a plastic covered double pane window, no vents near. Top of cage is approximately 6' off the floor. Location - North Central WV Current Problem - I imagine I am being a bit over careful, but I was doing my evening rounds and Tango appeared to be exhibiting some odd colors. I walked up slowly to inspect her and she jumped like I swung open the cage and grabbed at her. She wasn't keeping eye contact with me and had both her back feet dangling while her fronts and her tail was doing all the work. She is normally getting ready for bed around this time and tends to be at least semi-vertical half way down the cage, but she was a bit lower than her normal basking spot. Her stomach also seemed to be sagging a bit, which looked different from when she puffs up for basking. Shes a very pale green with black flecks that follow her normal streaks and then are slightly more frequent on her belly. I have seen the paleness, especially when shes going to bed, but never the black. At first I though she looked a bit lethargic, but when I attempted to check on her she puffed (still different than the sagging) up and opened he mouth defensively, which she has never done. I worried for a bit that it might have been thermal burn because I noticed her climbing on the ceiling earlier in the day, but I imagine it would be more than just black pigmentation and more of true burn splotches. I had just cleaned the cage a bit the other day and rearranged things slightly, and wonder if this is just a temper tantrum, but she wasn't showing these colors earlier in the day. I just want to make sure I am catching something before it gets bad. Thank you everyone!