HI does this means she's pregnant then or?Replace the red heat bulb for a regular house bulb. The red light has no benefit at all and tend to be more expensive to replace.
I would move the cage up high on a desk or stand. Being that low to the ground will stress the cham out. They feel more safe when high above the ground.
Also, you will need a laying bin in there ASAP. you can read about them here: https://www.chameleonforums.com/blogs/egg-laying-and-the-laying-bin.345/
Also, check this caresheet out for details on supplementation, gutloads, and diet: https://www.chameleonforums.com/care/caresheets/panther/
8It is very important you start gutloading your locusts ASAP. She isn't going to get any meaningful nutrition otherwise.
I would lower her basking temperature, too. 88-93 is quite hot for female panthers. You want to aim for between 80 and 85.
For supplements, you weren't very specific, but I think you're missing some important components. To review, what she needs is (1) plain calcium every day, (2) calcium WITH vitamin D3 once every other week, and (3) a multivitamin once every other week. Check your current supplements to see if they have D3. If they don't, it is critical to her health that you start supplementing with D3 immediately.
30 seconds is too short a time to be misting. Recommended to be no less than 2 minutes. In addition to allowing her to drink more, she also needs longer misting sessions to help clean out her eyes.
Please don’t handle her unless she asks for it (climbs onto you herself). Chams are like fish, look but don’t touch. You must properly gutload every feeder! Use either organic fresh fruits and veggies (there’s a gutload list here in the food and nutrition tab in resources) and/or a quality commercial gutload, like Cricket Crack, Pangea Gutload, or Repashy Bug Burger. There are many ways to supplement:Your Chameleon - Panther chameleon, Female, 10 months old. Ive cared for this chameleon around a months time.
Handling - I handle her around 2-3 times a week as she keeps hissing at me and getting stressed so easily.
Feeding - I am currently feed her locusts which are only large ones, (28-32mm), I give her 4 a day, I give her the locusts around 10:30 - 11:30 every day, I don't gut feed the locusts, also I use calcium powered every 2-3 days a week.
Supplements - I use calcium and the brand is nutrobal it says it's calcium & multivitamin.
Watering - The water bottle is pressure bottle where I pump it about 15 times then it comes out a bras nozzle end very fine. I mist her 3 times a day for about 30 seconds as it drenches everything, I see her licking the water droplets of the plant or sometime I get an bottle which i pump it myself at the front of her mouth and I can see her swallowing it.
Fecal Description - Her poop is brown but I've noticed her wee has a bit of orange bits in. No she hasnt been tested for parasites.
History - I brought it of an guy who said he had her for 9 months
Cage Type - screened vivarium( mesh all round) but I've put thin laminated woof around the sides to keep the heat it and saves everything getting drenched, it has an acrylic bottom and sides so nothing can escape, the dimensions are 3ft high, 2ft length. 2 ft depth,
Lighting - arcadia, euro ranger, t8 26mm, Forest 5% uvb, I have to lights on a timer for 10am-10pm
Temperature - I have a basking spot for her and the temp range from 88-93, Lowest overnight temp will be 85 in her basking spot or about 18 degrees at the bottom, I use a themometer I have two one at the basking spot and one near the bottom.
Humidity - The humidity is around 60% without misting and when it goes to 99%, I use a mister which I pump it a few times then spray. To measure my humity I use an thememoter which has the humidity on.
Plants - live plants and fake but not sure what the live plants are as the old owner have them to me.
Placement - My cage is located in my room, and my room.is an loft conversion so it gets cold up here. It has about 1/4 of a meter above the cage from where it is, it's hard to say as I have beams in my room because of being in the loft.
Location - United Kindom- West Midlands
Current Problem - Because I'm new to owning a chameleon I'm a bit worried about everything as I want to make sure It's an correct set up, The first concern is if she has enough cover in her vivarium which I will post a pic of, Second if she looks healthy and the correct size, She keeps having little stress marks while she is basking, One last thing is that she doesn't like me trying going to pick her up she gets very stressed easily and tries hissing at me then when she is really peed off she will try and lash out at me.