I recently acquired 3 freshly imported wild caught ambilobe panther chameleon males. I'm on day 7 of cleaning them up and they have done well overall. Nice steady weight gains. One is so fat and healthy that he looks almost captive bred- except for the subcutaneous worms that I have pulled from him. They have had perhaps 10 of these subcutaneous worms that I have found among the three of them in the past 4 days. I make a tiny incision and pull them out from under the skin with tweezers. This evening I pulled one from the eyelid of one of these males. Disgusting! I'll bet he feels much better now though- I sure would! The difficulty with these worms is noticing them- sometimes you have to see them when they are in the right place when the lighting is just right, and then when you think you have them all, you find another. I was very surprised to find this one- I've never seen one in an eyelid. I got the removal on flip cam. Here is the link if you are curious.