Superworms?

Snowball

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..superworms...(obviously if I don't let them burrow or turn into beetles...) are they ok for my G.rosea?
 

Talkenlate04

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Ya they are fine as a treat every now and then. There has been some suggestion that it's a bad idea to feed them that all the time because of the high fat content. I am not sure how true that is, but your fine feeding them worms every now and then.
 

ZooRex

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You can always try, but my rosea could never catch them before they disapeared in the dirt. ~ Rex
 

wonderfvl

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Several of my large Ts like them occasionally, but I had a large B auratum that always refused them. He'd eat meal worms & crickets, but never the super.
 

harrypei

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I feed mine worms, crickets and roaches. i guess it's good if you have a variety of stuff...
 

Wish_mastera

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Can somebody tell me do eggs of superworms beatles need moisture t o hatch? I've lots of mites when the humidity of the substrate is wet. I think eggs can dry adn thats why I spray watter. And another question. Are beatles big problem for the young superworms if they have enough food?
 
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