In a thoughtful manner, it appears that you may not have had prior experience with this particular species. They require specialized care and are not recommended for beginners. When reptiles display signs of poor behaviour, it is usually a gradual process over several months.
Upon reviewing the image of your enclosure, it seems that inadequate husbandry is likely the main issue. The setup you have is better suited for a bearded dragon, which thrives in more challenging environments. However, Boyd's dragons, being delicate creatures, have different needs. They do not appreciate handling, require access to moving water for drinking, prefer ambient temperature control over specific basking zones, need lower UV exposure (like sunlight filtering through a canopy), and benefit from ample hiding spaces to avoid direct sunlight. Edit: they’ll also benefit with a taller rather than a longer enclosure for vertical branches
Regarding feeding, it is possible that your dragon may not eat unless all the necessary care requirements are met. Failure to provide these conditions may lead to the dragon's health declining. If it is currently feeding, it is advisable to use tongs for feeding and prevent crickets from freely roaming around the enclosure and bothering the dragon. You can also try small wood roaches on tongs.
When misting, it is recommended to mist for approximately 5-10 minutes, allowing the dragon to drink water droplets from the perches.
To assist you in creating a suitable setup, I will provide you with valuable resources for inspiration. Please understand that my intention is not to be overly critical, but it might be worth considering selling or rehoming this dragon and starting with a more resilient species like a bearded dragon. Your current setup appears ideal for a bearded dragon.
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Mitchell Hodgson V1 composed 15/04/2019 V1.2 edited on 20/03/2021 Introduction: The Lophosarus genus of dragons is two of Australia’s coolest (a slight pun intended) dragons. These remarkable dragons inhabit temperate and tropical rainforest along the east coast from NSW Central Coast up to...