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  1. Spiders and Inverts
    Morning guys I'd like to start a colony of waxworms, however I'm struggling to find some that haven't been hormone treated to stop them pupating. Can anyone help? Thanks Mia
  2. Feeder
    Hello! I have a leopard Gecko however she has recently lost her tail by walking back and squashing it (basically) and I'm wondering if I should feed her waxworms. How many waxworms should I feed her?:2thumb:
  3. Food Classifieds
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  4. Lizards
    It's the first time I am feeding my crested gecko waxworms what's the best way to feed them? Shell I dust them in calcium powder? How many shell I feed him? Also do they grow into moths, if so shell I feed it to the gecko or set it free?
  5. Feeder
    The other month we followed mad baboon's care sheet for breeding waxworms and it worked perfectly. It then got me wondering whether rearing them on a mix of manuka honey and wheatabix would have any effect either on the nutritional value of the waxies or their growth. Having seen jars for about...
  6. Lizards
    So yeah the question is in the title can vipers eat wax worms thanks for the replies! :)
  7. Spiders and Inverts
    So, came across something that my t's won't eat - waxworms... They get a varied diet, most prefer Turkistan roaches but also get mini and standard mealworms, crickets and fly maggots. All have gone down well. But two of my t's now needed larger food items whereas the others need smaller ones, so...
  8. Lizards
    Hello there, I am just wondering whether I can use wax worms as live food for my crestie. I understand these have a high fat content, however I would be willing to do regular weight checks and rationing them if she is becoming overweight. Also would I feed them to my crestie in the same manner...
  9. Lizards
    i just went to feed my leo and she had no interest in the crickets as soon as i put a waxworm in she was trying to go for it but i move the worm out of the worm out of the way because i think she could be addicted what shall i do?:/:censor:
  10. Feeder
    Hi, I am getting a gecko soon, and I am thinking of breeding my own mealworms. So I would like to know if anybody breeds their own mealworms, morioworms or waxworms, if so would people please post some pics of the setups that they keep their worms in Thanks for any replies:2thumb:
  11. Lizards
    hi, for my leopard gecko belle i brought her sepia powder natural cuttlefish bone powder, will this provent MBD? also i feed her 3 waxworms a week, is that too much, not enough or just right? thanks all.: victory:
  12. Feeder
    Hiya all I have just bought some mealworms AND some Waxworms and went to check the best temperature to set my little fridge at in the reptile room in order to make them last longer but 2 different temperatures :blush: Any thoughts on the best temperature to set the fridge at to store both, I...
  13. Feeder
    I am a little confused i am trying to breed waxworms. I have had everything loads of moths they made a right mess in the tub so i presume they have bred. They all died a good 2 or 3 weeks ago if not longer and there is nothing. I have now broken up the mix and i can't see anything . I have had...
  14. Food Classifieds
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  15. Feeder
    Hey all, So I went to give my Leo a waxworm treat but the 2 I have left are starting to pupate I think (they are turning burn and only one half of them is moving. So, is there much point in letting them pupate and then putting them in a little container. Will 2 waxmoths produce many...
  16. Lizards
    At the moment I've only been feeding my wee Leo dusted crickets but I'm thinking about getting some waxworms as a treat for him. Unfortunately I can only get them in tubs of 50. I know you can keep mealworms in the fridge for weeks but can you do the same for Waxworms?
  17. Food Classifieds
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  18. Food Classifieds
    We are now selling all livefood pre-packs at £1.13 online and bulk packs at amazing prices. There is no time limit on these prices. :2thumb:
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