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  1. Newbie Advice
    I am fairly new to the hobby and a salesperson at my local pet store told me, that wax worm moths can become pests at home and lay eggs in grains and spread. Is that true because i have found no such information anywhere? As far as internet tells me they are considered pests by beekeepers...
  2. Lizards
    Hi guys I recently made a post about my gecko's issues with feeding and thanks to the valuable advice I was given have managed to upgrade my vivarium to an acceptable standard (superior substrate, proper gradient, thermostat and nutrition) but my gecko still isn't eating much. His usual diet...
  3. Lizards
    I've bought some wax worms as like a ***once-every-few-weeks-treat*** for my leopard gecko. I just thought I'd come on and check if they need the same treatment as other insects, i.e. gutloading and dusting like we do with crickets and mealworms etc? Also I'm guessing putting them in the...
  4. Lizards
    I recently brought a 3 year male leopard gecko, have had him a few days now and he will only eat wax worms. He shows no interest at all in crickets and this is really what I want him to be having. Does anyone have any ideas on how I could get him to eat them? The previous owner said he's not a...
  5. Spiders and Inverts
    Just wondering
  6. Lizards
    Hi for a treat I'm thinking of giving my crestie worms to eat but for them what is the best worm meal, wax, calci etc. And do they need dusting
  7. Lizards
    Hi, I think my geckie is addicted to wax worms. He will take as many as I offer him but if I offer other kinds of food he won't take it. He used to love locusts and crickets but if I put them in the enclosure now he won't go after them. How can I wean him off his wax worm addiction. Cheers...
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