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question about superworms

cul3one104

Arachnopeon
Joined
Feb 13, 2003
Messages
21
Hi, I try to feed my emp's superworms but the worms always burrow when my emp's don't eat it. Is there a way to avoid this? And since I have superworms in my soil, is that bad?

Dwight
 

Kugellager

ArachnoJester
Arachnosupporter
Joined
Jul 24, 2002
Messages
2,354
Put them in a shallow dish or feed them directly to the scorps with tongs. They will eventually turn into a beetle if you lest them stay buried.

John
];')
 

neveragain

Arachnobaron
Old Timer
Joined
Jan 15, 2003
Messages
321
what i do is crush the superworms head with this pair of forceps that i have. i do it hard enough that the superworm cant burrow anymore, but its still alive so it will still move around a little bit.
 

Whitdadie

Arachnosquire
Old Timer
Joined
Mar 1, 2003
Messages
75
When your scorp molts, it is very susseptible to attack. Even crickets can kill a scorp when it has recently molted. Beetles are more powerful than crickets therefor could be a problem if you dont know they are in there. The worm itself can also harm your scorp if your scorp molts.. It may not bother at all, but its a chance.
 
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