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I think so, this is probably a buffalo beetle though because their larvae are used with rearing the crix apparently, hence why some end up in cricket tubs :lol:
 

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Silvershark said:
I think so, this is probably a buffalo beetle though because their larvae are used with rearing the crix apparently, hence why some end up in cricket tubs :lol:
ah ok. Thats one thing i like about only keeping snakes now. The amount of those beetles that managed to get out along with crickets :lol:
 

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captaincaveman said:
Silvershark said:
I think so, this is probably a buffalo beetle though because their larvae are used with rearing the crix apparently, hence why some end up in cricket tubs :lol:
ah ok. Thats one thing i like about only keeping snakes now. The amount of those beetles that managed to get out along with crickets :lol:
EWW yeah, I've seen beetles running around but fortunately no one has yet realised that they're coming in with the crickets :lol: Fingers crossed these last two will start munching on these phoenix worms so I can ditch the crix... :lol:
 
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