Hiya everyone, Not super worried or concerned just curious. Either sex is fine with me I see them both with pros and cons and will enjoy either equally. I have read some information on some sites where keepers/breeders can sex a Panther hatchling with a high accuracy rate. I know my Panther is not a hatchling but fairly young. A few quick things about who I suspect to be a her (entirely opinion). I have had her exactly 1 week, she has eats everyday so far, she drinks regularly from obviously leaves and such, she gets an average of 3 hours of natural sunlight a day right now. I do use a ReptiSun 5.0 UVB 9hrs a day (in addition to the 3 hours natural sun) also a basking area around 85+ degrees. The aluminum screened habitat is about 36" high w/ lighting at the top. And humidity stays between 55-70% right now. I weld pressure vessels till late night and sleep mainly days so I can be up 8-11am ish perfect time for some sun before my cat nap. I have a manual pump style mister I mist right before she goes back in her home, she has a "free range" area also (small area, has shade natural light feeder cup) I do mist this area 7:30-8am ish also. I mist again at 3pm before I leave for work. I run about a four hour drip from 11am till 3pm. Her home I made see attached. Feeding on mainly dry gut load and carrot/greens, loaded crickets. Oh and the Fluckers gut load aslo. I ordered some silk worms and mantids. I have been reading about wild caught insects I have a large state reservoir near by. But that option is only seasonal as I currently live in Colorado. I do plan on adding a pothos around 18-20 inches to start, but right now there are two small live plants that she likes to sleep in. I don't honestly know what they are, they are tropical and I bought them from a local pet store. They were labeled as reptile safe tropical plants. (I know Scorn me!) I did not put them in till yesterday I watered them (Flooded them) in the sink for few days, anyone recognise them?