I have a Veiled Chameleon about 6 months old. He has all of a sudden lost his appetite for almost every type of food that I give him. I have taken the time to make sure that I give him a wide variety of food, i.e. crickets, mealworms, superworms, waxworms and I have even tried night crawlers. About 3 weeks ago his appetite decreased to eating almost nothing a day from about 9 crickets to about 2 or 3. I recently read that waxworms are not very nutritious so I was trying not to give them to him because if there was one thing that he did eat it was them. I figured that with time he would become hungry enough to eat one of the many other options that I offer him. Well that has turned out to not be the case. I did manage to catch him a moth the other day and he very readily ate that. I am so desperate for help that I went back to giving him waxworms if it is the only food he will eat, but he doesn't even get too excited over those anymore. He is housed in a Screened Chameleon Enclosure 30"L x 18"W x 36"H, with a basking spot lamp and flourescent hood with a reptisun 5.0 bulb. He has a large water dripper and I spray him at least 3 times a day. His basking area is about 95 degrees and his ambient temperature in the rest of the enclosure is about 70-75 degrees during the day. What am I doing wrong? Is it alright to offer him waxworms all the time? How can I purchase moths or flies to keep him entertained? We have just recently entered into fall and thought maybe that the temp change has affected his appetite. Could this be true and if so when will he begin eating again? If the ambient temp is too cold does anyone have any suggestions on keeping the room warm enough for him? Sorry for all the questions, I am just desperate to find the right advice.