Lizard's Info: The Lizards - I currently have one male and two females. The male I have owned for about 8 months; he was purchased from a Renn Faire along with a female when they were both very young. We knew nothing about them but the people at the Renn Faire were oh so helpful (NOT!) in giving us the correct information. We still have the male; he appears to be thriving, but the original female died after about five months. We then purchased another female which also died. I spoke with the people at the local aquarium store (who I do trust) and they gave me some advice on things to change. However, I want to make sure that I am doing everything possible for them. Handling - I do not handle them other than to clean the cage. Occasionally my sister will take out the male who has no problem drinking from either of our palms. Feeding - We generally buy 25-30 crickets once a week and coat them in ReptoCal powder before putting them in the cage. We put a potato in the cage for them to eat so they don't touch the lizards. So far we haven't had an issue with that. Supplements - The ReptoCal on the crickets. We also have Cricket Drink (gel) that we put in the tank for the crickets. Watering - We mist the cage multiple times per day but it is winter here right now and I can't seem to keep it humid in there. Fecal Description - The fecal matter appears similar to bird droppings. They have never been checked for parasites. History - There isn't much other than the above... Cage Info: Cage Type - My current cage is a 10 gallon tank that is glass on four sides, but screen on the top. Lighting - I have a 15 watt UVB light and a 50 watt regular house lightbulb above the tank. I know that this setup will likely need to be changed. The lights are turned on at about 6 a.m. when we wake up and turned off at about 11:00 p.m. when we go to bed. Temperature - I do not currently have a thermometer in the cage. Humidity - I do not currently have a humidity gauge in there. Plants - I do not have any live plants but I do want to add one. I currently have a bromeliad style fake, multiple pieces of tree bark for them to climb, several twigs and sticks for them to climb, and a heated rock. Placement - The cage is approximately three feet off the ground (on top of an end-table). Location - I am in the Philadelphia area. It is extremely cold here right now. Obviously my house is not extremely cold, but I know it is probably cold for them. I am afraid of them dying like the other two. My main questions for you are: 1. What kind of thermometer/humidity gauge do you recommend? 2. What kind of plants do you recommend (I'd like to plant live)? 3. What kind of lighting do you recommend? 4. Is the size of my cage okay for three anoles? 5. Is there anything else that you would recommend based on my set-up? I have read several care sheets (including the one on this forum) and I greatly appreciate the information, I'm just not sure how to modify what I already have. Thanks in advance!