About 4 weeks ago I posted a thread asking about my veiled chameleon. It came to my attention that my cham was a female, so I put a lay bin in. Sunday morning, she started to dig her hole to lay her eggs. Then Monday afternoon she came up from her hole, so I took the bin out to look for eggs. I found 45 little jellybean eggs. I know 45 is kind of on the larger side of clutches so I was wondering if anyone had other tips to bring that number down. Her previous owner had no idea she was female so she was eating way too much. My new feeding schedule will be 3-4 large feeder 2-3 times a week. Twice a week the feeders will be supplemented with calcium without d3, and then on the third day, it will switch between multivitamin and calcium with d3. I am also planning on making her a much larger cage that is going to be somewhere around 16 inches deep, 30 inches wide, and 48 inches tall. I will be putting a ton of live plants in and making a more permenant lay bin. I have a good idea of which filler plants I wanted to use but I was also wondering if anyone had any suggestions on smaller plants with a pop of color. I love the wandering jew and I wanted to find plants like that one with color.