Has anyone out there any experience with group dynamics with green anoles? I have a small colony of green anoles and I'm having difficulty with the group dynamics. The submissive females are not doing well and I think they're losing weight. This is despite an abundance of hides and sight barriers and numerous basking spots, and the vivarium is very large (100 gallon). It's hard to tell, but the male just seems too full on for the submissive females to settle in. As soon as he sees one of the submissive females he will chase her until she hides from sight. It's also breeding season and there is mating going on. I'm just wondering if this is a common problem and if there are any solutions. In particular, is it necessary to remove the male from the enclosure altogether? Any help would be hugely appreciated.