So I ordered a cup of hornworms to provide a more varied diet for my Jackson. He is about a year old so I have been trying to feed the worms off before they get too big for him too eat. The last few days I have been feeding him mainly these hornworms with a few crickets and grasshoppers here and there, but today I found a really runny/slimy dropping which now has me worried that I have been feeding him too many soft bodied worms and not enough crickets and other insects like that. What is a healthy limit on what percentage of worms can be fed, what is a good way to slow down the growth of hornworms without a mini fridge, and should I be worried about this dropping? He also has leaving his mouth open a lot. His basking spot is at 82 so I don't believe it's the heat and I've also seen him with his mouth open even after his lights have turned off. Are there any concerns I should have about that?