pretty much done...
Very nice enclosure! I would add more branches and foliage.
I had an aphid problem not too long ago, but it eventually resolved itself after I clipped a few branches that had massive colonies growing on them. I also learnt that aphids are not harmful to chameleons, and chameleons will in fact eat them either by accident or when collecting water and it is beneficial.Thanks. Totally its never ending with the foliage! Its a large space to fill! I have moved two large newly bought hibiscus outside because they had affid eggs on them, I dont want them in the house or on the other plants and besides ladybugs Im not sure how to get rid of them.. dont really know what to do besides wait for them to hatch and go away..
Looks great! Hope K2 will stay put this time . I've usually sprayed some soapy water on the leaves to get rid of aphids. Then just a good rinse and you should be all set!
He seems to come down his hibiscus and down his little latter and does a lap round the enclosure and back up about three times a day, think hes checkin his territory out, seems content tho!
Thoughts on cup feeding? I feel like its not very stimulating.. I tried hand feeding but the amount he was eating seemed to slow and I got paranoid so I went back to what worked