Strange lump on hipbone

zye3

New Member
Chameleon Info:
Panther, Nosy be, Male, about 1.5 years old
Handling
1 time a day.
Feeding
Mostly 10 3/4 inch Crickets a day and silk worms occasionally. Crickets are feed with carrots and kale.
Supplements
Zoomed calcium with D3 1 time a week. Rep-cal Without D3 3 times a week. Rep vitamin 1 time for two weeks.
Watering
Mist 3 times a day for 2 min each time. He seems like to drink the water on plants.
Fecal Description
Black poop with white urinates which is normal always and has no test so far.


Cage Info:
Cage Type
2 screen cage likely 20X20X40
Lighting
1x26w Zoomed UVB 5.0 and 1x100w Zoomed powersun for 10 hours.
Temperature
basking spot is 88, mid cage is 83, bottom is 79. Temperature at night is 78
Humidity
Humidity is normally around 50% and rises to 75% after misting.
Plants
Please see the attached pictures
Placement
The cage is under the stair of my friend's pet store. It is sitting on a 4 foot cabinet.
Location
China

Current Problem
This panther is one of the nice chameleons in my friends pet store. My friend got it when it was only 2 months old. He is a good chameleon keeper and everything was great until 1 month ago, the strange lump appeared without bad omen. The lump is hard but a bit softer than bone. Besides the lump, the panther is still acting normal just like nothing was happened.
Since there are no skilled lizard veterinarians around, I hope if there is anyone can give us some suggestions! Thank you so much! Please the pictures attached:)
 

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carol5208

Chameleon Enthusiast
I am going to respond to this thread in order to bump it up to the top of the thread posts in hopes one of our vets will see it. Anytime you have a growth, whether it be on a human or animal, lets face it, it is of concern until it is diagnosed. They will probably tell you the same thing. Good luck with your guy.
 
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