I have a tub that I used to have beetles in. I guess small garden snails hitchhiked in at some point when I added leaf litter. Not sure which species, but they're pretty widespread, not the larger helix aspersa, but the ones that stay small... like the size of perlite. They are booming with no maintenance in this bin I have. Thought crossed my mind that they'd probably be good sizes for small and/or baby chameleons. I feel babies don't get much feeder diversity in captivity and a snail with an easily crushable shell would probably be perfect for protein/calcium/moisture. Now they're probably not legal to ship anywhere, but one could easily find them I'd imagine. Has anyone thought of feeding those small snails off(after breeding them out a couple generations)? Their care is next to nothing and they seem to multiply like crazy. Besides snails, any other unique feeders you guys have thought about using?