- Apr 18, 2022
Okay so I was picking up crickets today at PetSmart. I had been wanting to try something like a hornworm to coax my D. pentaloris out of its burrow for a video of it attacking prey and eating. With crickets, they get too close to the hole and all i get recorded are legs coming out and snatching the cricket. I figured he’d have to work a bit to get that thing back under ground. It ate on it for a while and put it down, came up and was webbing around the top of enclosure. So question is will D. pentaloris go back to hornworm and finish large meal or it’s there a better chance it’s had its fill and I should remove what’s left while I can still get tweezers on it?? It’s been 12 hours.