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ballpython2

Arachnoprince
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Well, I got my four new T's yesterday and out of the four two of them ate which is good. the other two didn't feed because all my crickets are much bigger than they are so I did't want to risk it. today I'll be getting smaller crickets for them to feast on.

One of Versicolors waited about an hour or two afer being here to eat. And my P. cambridgei waited until last night.

I went in there and he was on the wall with a cricket in his mouth so this is really good.

I have a question about that nemodates (spelling way off) white mouth disease thing... If i gut my load my crickets for about 4 days or so will this clean out the crickets' system to get ride of that stuff so its not past on to my tarantulas? I have never had that happen and i dont know what I'd do if it did.
 

jamesc

Arachnoknight
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May 19, 2006
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If you are getting your crickets from a reputable store you won't have that problem.
 

Mushroom Spore

Arachnoemperor
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Nematodes are parasites, you can't get rid of them by gutloading diseased crickets, no.
 
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