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Posted by Carlton on May 05, 2003 at 12:36:24:
In Reply to: Fischers Chameleons posted by gecko_gal on May 03, 2003 at 13:31:05:
First, what species of fischeri? They do need slightly different temp and humidity ranges. Check the species profiles on www.adcham.com too. They list them under Bradypodion fischeri plus subspecies. I've kept B. fischeri multituberculatum and B. f. fischeri. They love flying insects such as houseflies and moths in addition to the usual crix. Larger males may eat superworms. Prey that doesn't move around a lot doesn't interest them too much. Use a lot of foliage in the cage...if you can't find the cham then it is just right. They are quite active and need a fairly large cage for their size. Relatively high humidity...over 65% is good (but not a constant 90%). Don't use vitamin dust too often (unless these are babies). No more than 2 times a month. Other questions?