The calcium to phosphorous ration in dandelion greens is actually quite good. Higher in calcium than phosphorous, and not overly high in oxalic acid content. In one cup of chopped leaves: Calcium, Ca 103 mg; Phosphorus, P 36 mgOh, and I'd limit the spinach and use mustard greens or dandelion greens, or turnip greens, or even romaine. Calcium phos ratio is a little off in the dark greens. Okay as a treat, but not my favorite for regular diet.
You do not need to mix the calcium and vitamin supplements.Ok so im just getting into the chameleon game and have a 5-6 month old veiled cham. when i bought him the people at petsmart said that i should dust his crickets every day. ive been reading this thread and it doesn't seem to be the case. i want him to be healthy and he doesn't appear to have any symptoms of MBD so im not worried about that. I mix his calcium and his multivitamins in a small container and dust his food with that every day. if this is bad, someone please tell me so i don't do any damage to him. ive done my research on how easy it is for them to get MBD so i think it kinda scared me into over dusting his food. thanks.