Wait, so put it back on the screen or drop the branches down?
Ok so your going to drop it down on the cage frame. This will give you a range of 6-10 inches... So the UVI level will sit probably more like a 5 down to a 2 level. The cham will sit where he prefers to get the UVB levels he needs. So no need to worry. And the exposure will still be within safe levels.Wait, so put it back on the screen or drop the branches down?
anything closer then 4-5 inches and your going to be above a 6 uvi level. This starts getting into unsafe exposure levels.What distance would be unsafe?
So at his age he should not be growing much at all. At a year and a half he is basically full grown. What is his weight now? It should be staying stable with a few grams gain to a few lost.He hasn't really grown much. I've been weighing him but he hasn't made much progress.
Well as long as your microscope can magnify to the degree it needs to and you know what to look for then that is good.He fluctuates a but he weighs 102 grams as of today. He was eating much better for a long time but has been more finicky lately. He's reached 106 at one point. I haven't done a vet fecal but I did my own the other day and didn't see much.
Wait he is only 5 inches total from tip of nose to his vent? That would make him maybe 10 inches total. That is small for an adult male.He's 5 inches from head to the base/start of the tail or do I measure the tail as well?