Advertisement Chewy and Bilbo are a bit big for mealworms. Compared to them it seems so small a meal. We were going to go to Petsmart tomorrow and grab some crickets, but everything about them just seemed blah. My husband hates the noises they make, and I'm not keen on them escaping and singing all night. So, I got on Jamie's website and looked at feeders. The Dubias interested me. I know they can be evasive, but Chewy is one heck of an aggressive eater. They won't last long. Bilbo, Bean, and Tormund's can still be killed if need be. Not a worry. So we ordered some. Not a lot, but enough for trial. My biggest interest is they can be kept alive a lot longer than crickets... and they can breed well in captivity. Now, I've never done that before, and I'm curious how easy/hard this can be. What is your experience with these critters? What kind of feeding responses have you gotten?