I think a house gecko is a better option. Thinking of trying it myself if the spider population gets high enough to support them.joshua_delancey69 said:one person recommended putting an anole or two loose in the room so it eats filies and spiders........just remember reading it somewhere.
I've been feeding spiders to PDF for many years. In fact, I feed my frogs anything that isn't large enough to eat them. I let the frogs decide what is and isn't suitable food. These are animals that hae actually evolved to taken advantage of the toxin things that they eat. But that's just me.wcumagic said:I'm curious though. I know these house spiders arent venomous to US, but what happens if a frog gets bit while eating one? Nothing or would it make it "sick" for a while? These same spiders we talk about can kill insects not much bigger than a frog. Thats the only thought that would keep me from feeding it.