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Old 12-02-2019, 11:18 AM
Harmenjan Harmenjan is offline
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Default Feeding Crickets without losing them

Hi All,

We have 5 yellow subadult Terribilis in a 70X55X55 cm tank. They are doing fine. feeding on both kinds fruitflies and and springtales.

Now, they can take bigger, so we thought of feeding them some crickets. We bought some that are no problem is size (about 1 cm long, little under half an inch). But we have quite some leave litter in the tank and overgrown back and side walls. And the crickets, fast as they are, hide everywhere.

for fruitflies, no problem, but crickets?? Is this a problem? We only feed about 6 or 8 at a time and they will (probably) be eaten at some point. Any danger for the Darts?

How do you feed crickets? How to you keep them from running away? any insights that you can share will be welcome.

Have a good day!
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