whats crackin. i have a veiled chameleon who is almost 5 months old. (he was born on 6/6/06!!! :twisted: crazy huh?) thing is, i dont think hes growing very much... id say hes about 8 inches with his tail. he's really healthy and pretty lively. he eats (a lot) out of my hand and hes got a sweet crib, but he doesn't look like hes really getting that big. aren't they supposed to grow to be 17-14 inches? maybe he needs to get laid. is he going to have like a growth spurt or something because i read they should reach maturity around six months??? ("Care and Breeding of Chameleons" by Vosjoli and Ferguson, page 83) also, is there any way to tell at this point whether hes going to be a calcarifer or a calyptratus? i kinda got my heart set on calyptratus... and the suspense, wow, unbearable. one more thing- actually, two more.. any expert opinions on the fluker's orange cube "complete cricket diet"? is it an adequate gutloading tecnique or do i have to keep buying collard greens and oranges from the grocery store, because frankly, i feel like a huge fruitcake doing it. last thing... does anyone have any good ideas for a drip system? those ones you buy at the store are ugly as hell, and i'm all about the aesthetics... maybe a discrete contraption of some kind?