I do have a yellow belly slider in the same room which she can she can see
You maybe could try a larger bin?
From Dragon Strand https://dragonstrand.com/arcadia-supplementation/ Gravid Females: As long as you have been consistently supplementing your females there is no need to change supplementation. If you increase feedings you can increase them with EarthPro-A. One may think that an increase in frequency of RevitaliseD3 would be beneficial to ensure the levels of vitamin A in the eggs. This is a reasonable thought and logical, but tests in the chameleon world are inconclusive. Some breeders report adding vitamin A to the diet to produce more viable eggs while other breeders give no vitamin A and have fully healthy clutches laid. So, at this time, we cannot say one way or the other. There is evidence for both sides.As far as supplements should I change them round im using arcadia and the routine .should I put her on the cal pro every feed or something
I think there is something she is not happy with in her environment that is causing her not to lay. Can you show us a picture of her lay bin and how it is situated at the bottom of the cage?
So it is a pot your using or are you using a tub? She may not like it if it is a pot and she can not comfortably maneuver in it.Sure. Its in the back right. As I mentioned b4, the one thing that was different this time until I was able to change it the other day . Was the substrate this time was playsand (until change) b4 was soil sand . And also she always went to the toilet in her lay bin when it was a soil mix but not this time in the sand
If she dropped them prior rather then laying them and that is her pattern... Then something is not right about the lay bin. I would try something different then what your using and see if that along with covering the other side of the enclosure makes her feel more secure. Even converting the enclosure to heavily planted bio active for her. Just tossing out ideas....Well I only said how she passed eggs other members said it wasn't right. Not being funny just precise. Also as I mentioned in a previous post there is a slider turtle in the same room . If he is affecting the situation just trying to provide anything that may be relevant
Well it does not surprise me with the links to vit A deficiency since there is not vit A in it only carotenoids. And those have not been proven to convert to vitamin A. But thanks for the feedback on them seeing it linked to edema as well.Yeah a breeder in the uk has said no earth pro a as she has seen cases of using it linked to edema and dont QUOTE me vitamin a deficiency. They recommend using pro ca +all miner and repti vite with d3