So I've had my guy a few months now and he's been the picture of health, eating well, pooping regularly, fairly active, bright eyes, bright scales. But when I dug him out tonight I noticed what looked like a small patch of unshed skin so I gave him a soak and rubbed it with a q tip gently. Then I looked closer and noticed what looked like tiny little bumps or circles, almost like bug eggs. I kept rubbing and some came off, others just clumped up in another spot. I looked closer at the ones I got off and they were moving. He also had a couple along his lips and around one ear. I got most of them off and don't see any right now. I soaked him in betadine, pulled everything from his tank, soaked it in near boiling water, emptied the substrate and soaked the inside of the tank with peroxide and blasted it with boiling water. Now I just have him on newspaper and one wood hide that I soaked in boiling betadine/water. I'm going to keep giving him soaks in the betadine and wiping out his tank with the peroxide daily. Is there anything else I should do? He still seems healthy apart from being aggravated after the bath and a bit more sqeaky than usual. He seemed painful in the crooks of his legs where the bugs were probably biting at him. Poor guy. Is there a certain food I could try giving him to boost his immune system and help replenish his iron? Since I'm sure he's probably a little low with those blood suckers on him. Were they mites? It was really weird that they just stayed clustered in one spot on him and didn't really move much when I rubbed at them. Also, where could he have gotten them? He's always been on the coconut substrate and only now am I seeing the bugs. Its been the same bag of substrate since I first got him and he never got bugs from it before.