I was unsure where to post this, so if this is not an ideal place, please tell me and I will happily move. I purchased a green amevia from a reptile show. He was in good condition when I got him, but after some months he was losing weight. I finally got him near back to a good weight, when I noticed near his eye, he had a little mark. I couldn't tell what it was, so I decided to watch it. Over time, it seemed to heal, but I went to check on him, and it changed. I'm taking him down to Doug (Reptile rescue/rehabilitator), to see exactly what this is. I theorize he burned himself on his basking spot, and it has blistered, since he has no sharp things in his habitat that could have left such a mark. I have attached a close up picture. I have lowered his basking spot location, which he also likes to sleep on. NOTE: HIS EYE IS FINE, IT JUST LOOKS WEIRD, BECAUSE I WOKE HIM UP WHEN I TOOK THE PICTURE. THIS HAS NOT AFFECTED HIS EYE AT ALL.