why no d3 ????Yes jacksons do have live birth rather than laying eggs. That last link I posted has some general care info on neonates. First things first though, especially if they're wc, you need to make sure the female get approriate water, lighting, food, and supplementation so she can make strong babies and keep herself strong. She'll need a 5.0 linear UVB light asap, her feeders should be dusted lightly with calcium only (no D3) at least every other feeding and her feeders should be well gutloaded to ensure she's getting the vitamins and nutrients she needs. WC specimens can have a difficult time adjusting to captivity sometimes as it's very stressful so try to handle them as little as possible and get them in the appriate cages quickly. They also tend to get dehydrated because they're not used to water in other forms than rain. I've never had any cham babies or gravid chams myself so that's about as much as I can offer in that regard. Hope that helps!
I meant that if you're dusting with calcium at least every other feeding you should not be giving D3 that often because that would be too much D3. I give D3 to mine twice a month. I'm just trying to get him started right now, he can refine his dusting schedule once he gets them settled in. Do you have a care sheet or general pointers you can add instead of nitpicking things I've said? He's starting from scratch so could use some more info.why no d3 ????
if they are kept indoors they need it to , only when you can put them outside the sun whil do the rest