feeders

arachnophile223

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i'm considering breeding my own feeders. and was wondering if earthworms are acceptable feeders for T's. thanks to anyone who responds
 

Clement

Arachnosquire
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i wont do that because they will hide in the substrate if not eaten. you can have a roach colony, it's not to much trouble and really cheap.
 

galeogirl

Arachnoprince
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My terrestrial ts have seemed to like earthworms. Certainly worth a try.
 

arachnophile223

Arachnoknight
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haha yeah i have had that trouble with super worms! and have solved it by hand-feeding [though that may get old]. and yeah i want to do a roach colony [like Madagascar hissers] but uhh my parents probably wont let me :p. so would they eat the worms? and are they adequately nutritious?
 

Alex G

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haha yeah i have had that trouble with super worms! and have solved it by hand-feeding [though that may get old]. and yeah i want to do a roach colony [like Madagascar hissers] but uhh my parents probably wont let me :p. so would they eat the worms? and are they adequately nutritious?
Get dubias and tell your parents they are giant pillbugs. {D
 

Arachnos482

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Yeah, and if you decide to do the earthworms, make sure the earth you keep them in is pesticide free, or else your worms may end up killing your t's...
 
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