This would be a good resource for you to start reading through. https://chameleonacademy.com/chameleon-husbandry-program-getting-started-with-chameleons/she must be a female then? that’s okay with me i was just told she was a male so that’s what i was thinking. and yes, i was told she is only a small part translucent because it is just on her feet. and in the picture, it is a fake plant, i want just trying to get a picture showing off her colors. but thank you
With a female you have to be more cautious with feeding amounts... Food and temperature at basking directly impact the size of the clutch they will lay. They lay infertile eggs like chickens do.
As she matures you will have to start cutting back her food. By about 6 months she should be getting about 5-8 small feeders each day. At about 7 months you want to slowly reduce by cutting down feeder amounts so that she is on a feeding schedule of 3 days a week with 3 feeders. You want them to be on this schedule by the time they are 9-10 months old.
You will not ever want basking to be over 78-80 for her. Very important for females because as she ages she needs this temp no higher at basking to help control the amount of eggs she produces.
A lay bin should be added as a permanent fixture by the time they are 6 months old so they get used to it and it does not cause stress.