True, but good God, the smell. No thank you, I'll stick to feeding inverts.you can buy green anoles at most pet stores, they make better pets but ive heard of some people feeding their Ts them as a treat.
I just don't get it. With the cost of feeders what they are, why do people want to feed wild caught prey? Unless you have a very large collection, crickets are a negligible cost.
looks like there's someone else disagreeing any post of yours due to an argument that was had a bit ago.Cricket are negligible when you have a large collection too; I get mine for $17.50/thousand. When you breed your spiders, the slings you sell cover the cost of your feeders, so you're really getting them for free. There's a point at which the bigger your collection, the less it costs, until the entire thing is free, including the spiders.
My advice: Ew. no no no don't feed your tarantula a lizard. I DID feed my Lasiodora sp. a lizard, but that was one special occasion and it was a favor to me, I'm never doing it again for multiple reasons.I think he was referring to the stink of a rotten lizard bolus
A new addition to his fan club. I'd venture to say the majority of his "disagree" or "dislike" ratings come from only a handful of people that have a vendetta against the big, bad Poec54.looks like there's someone else disagreeing any post of yours due to an argument that was had a bit ago.