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  1. Feeder
    Hi I was just wondering if anyone used isopods as feeder insects. Where I am we're on lock down and I haven't been able to get and meal worms or crickets for my grey tree fog babies. I'm almost out of my other feeders, but I do have a large breeding colony of isopods (Armadillidium vulgare). Are...
  2. Feeder
    Hey everyone! Brand new reptile owner here, and I've noticed this black beetle in my cricket box. I read up some stuff saying he was there to eat up dead crickets and stuff like that, but I wanted to make sure. Why exactly is he there? Can I feed him to my 2 month old leopard gecko safely? If...
  3. Feeder
    Not advertised here for a while so here goes :notworthy: FREE DELIVERY ON ALL LIVE FOODS AND CLEANERS Tropical Grey Woodlice (Porcellinodes pruinosus)100 for £10 - 200 for £19 - 400 for £35 Tropical Dwarf White Woodlice 100 for £11 - 200 for £21 - 400 for £35 Spanish Orange Woodlice...
  4. Feeder
    Does anyone know where I can get really cheap feeder insects ( preferably Morios and locusts but anything will do)
  5. Food Classifieds
    as above im looking for a starter colony of dubai roaches. must be local as i dont drive. need to set up a colony large enough for 3 ackie monitors and 2 leos so will need a few hundred.
  6. Feeder
    So far, I've only ever fed the basics for lizards - crickets, locusts and mealworms. But in a few weeks, I'll have two new skinks. They'll need a large variety of different feeders, and more of them than I'm used to (only really owned leos and cresties) So I was wondering how people keep a...
  7. Lizards
    feeder insects by post...who uses these places? what are they like, good full boxes or half dead and stinking? how does the weather affect them? overall is it worth it, i spend up to 6 quid a week on bugs,but as long as they are reliable,fresh etc on time, it prob save me a couple of quid...
  8. Feeder
    Hi i have more dubia for sale on ebay just let me know what you want thanks Will ebay name: 1987will
  9. Feeder
    Hiya all I just wondered, what do you all do with feeder insects that your lizards don't eat? I've been throwing them out but ive heard that others put them back in the box to re gut load, is this ok? I was worried about contamination & hygiene but am I wasting food needlessly? I'm talking...
  10. Food Classifieds
    100ish Dubia roaches Smalls - £10 100ish Dubia roaches Med- £15 100ish Dubia roaches Large- £25.00 10 Adult Male Dubia roaches- £12 10 Adult females Dubia Roaches- £20 5 Adult males + 5 Adult females- £15 Alternative quantities available, ask for prices.
  11. Feeder
    Wheres the best place to purchase a Dubia roach starter colony? Are they as easy to care for as people say and are they a worthwhile investment? I currently feed with locusts and it gets ridiculous price wise after a while. Got leo's, beardies, frillies, axolotls and spanish ribbed newts. Anyone...
  12. Feeder
    What gels do u all use for giving water to your feeder insects
  13. Food Classifieds
    My dubia colony seems to be in overdrive at the moment. So, I am going to offer an improved deal, with more roaches for the same price. 50 adult males, 50 adult females and 150 mixed nymphs (50 small, 50 medium and 50 large) for £45 including standard Royal Mail delivery. These are from my...
  14. Amphibian Articles
    Background The term dart frog or poison arrow frog refers to a large number of species of frog the families Dendrobatidae and Aromobatidae found in Central and South America. The family consists of over 250 individual species of which some species have several distinct morphological forms...
  15. Food Classifieds
    Hi, I do have an old advert on here but thought I'd start a new thread. I have starter colonies of dubia available again. 50 adult males, 50 adult females and 100 mixed nymphs (even mix of sizes including plenty of large). £45 including standard delivery. These are from my colony which...
  16. General Herp Chat
    Hello people I am just wondering if anyone uses other insects apart from crickets, waxeys, mealies ,superworms and the actual bug of them all (except crickets).
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