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*Note: dubias roaches are illegal in FL😒*
Edited by Shellybean02 - 1/4/16 at 4:42pm
Mealworms in. The geckos should knew what to do next.
The waxworms are a bit shorter than the mealworms, a bit fatter and softer as well. I must have read from inaccurate sources... oops... I'll go by the mealworms(I have lots from by quail), with occasional waxworms and crickets. Thanks for correcting me!
I'm still open to other suggestions. Anyone know of any feeders that are good for leopard geckos, other than crickets, mealworms, waxworms and dubias roaches?
Thanks leadblade! I agree that mealworms are easy to keep. I have baby ones from my past quails' mealworms turning into beetles; I plan to create colonies with different sizes so I can have little ones for bettas(future) and big ones for my geckos. By the time I have established stable colonies it would probably be time for me to start with bettas(I'm just going to have a few to get a good idea of their basic needs; I won't create a complex community tank or anything.)
My poor eldest(completely covered in spots) has something wrong with her eye. It seems to have a pale, wrinkled film over it. She loves to move so I had a hard time getting good pics. Here they are. She keeps that eye closed most of the time. She also squints at or turns away from the camera flash, so maybe she's not completely blinded in that eye? I'm not sure if it's removable dust/skin stuck in there, or if it's blindness, an infection, or something that comes with old age. She's about 8 or 10, according to her previous owner.