You might want to be careful making the cage any warmer. A tank doesn't dispurse heat very well, and you could fry the little guys.Tara said:at night in the tank, maybe I should make their days a little warmer?
Everyone has a different idea on how much to feed their chams. I am one of the guilty ones who feeds my cham whatever he will eat. Luckily, that isn't much anymore. But, when he was a little guy, he easily ate 20 to 30 bugs a day. (I can feel Eric's gaze on that now... ) Since they are so young still, I would stick with feeding them every day for now.Tara said:Also, I put 10 crickets int he feeding dish and then added 10 more when they were gone and now they are ALL gone. I do not want to overfeed, but I don't want them to be hungry either. How much should I offer them daily...or should I only off every other day? Also, once I get the proper UVB, do I still need to sprinkle their food and how often?....oh, my head is going to explode!
You will need to supplement and gutload their food even when you have a UVB light. When my panther was a baby, I used miner all I twice a week and repcal calcium no d3 twice a week. Then, I used herptivite once a week. Now, he is a young adult and I supplement miner all once a week and herptivite once a month. This is another area where people have different ideas of what is right for their chams. Hopefully, others pop in and give you their supplement schedule so that you can come up with one for your chams.