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i know people feed these to fish i was wondering if they would be ok for lizards? i know there are loads of dfferent types of
stick insect as i used to breed them when i was little from normal indian sticks to jungle nymphs. feedback would be ace cheers
 

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thank you for the reply however some sticks are quite chunky and are soft spined as nymphs. might try this to see how it goes.
 

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is it really worth the risks? cant you buy a tub of crickets for a couple of quid instead of risking lives?

whoa steady on m8 i would never...ever put my herps at risk, i was just wondering. i am setting up afew breeding colonys of roaches and locusts and was justtrying to vary their diet!
 
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