Hello. Sometime, I plan to diversify my Heterometrus petersii's diet with a variety of feeders. The staple is and will remain crickets, as the only nearby feeders (within 10 minutes of me) are mealworms and/or superworms. Of particular interest to me are hornworms, silkworms, and butterworms. I am interested in the prospect of feeding earthworms/nightcrawlers to my scorpion, though less so due to their propensity to burrow. Phoenix worms and waxworms are of no interest to me, as they would most likely be too small. I can't get dubia roaches due to Florida law banning them. If and when I feed mealworms or superworms, I plan to crush their heads before feeding to prevent burrowing and because I don't trust food dishes to keep them in. I didn't find a lot of information about worms other than mealworms/superworms during my searches, so I would like to know some important information about feeders, such as propensity to burrow, ability to harm the scorpion, triggering feeding responses, and precautions to take. Thank you in advance.