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darkling beetle.

preston897

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i having issues finding a bit of info on these guys. are they climbers or flyers? are they biters like their young counterparts...specifically the super worm. and have you guys ever fed the beetle to your reptiles? did they seem to enjoy them?
 

bruce bull

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I feed super worms to my beardie on a fairly regular basis. A few have escaped and turned into beetles when i find them I toss them into her cage. she gobbles them up. I don't know if a regular diet of them would work but the occasional one she seems to enjoy
 

preston897

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of course it would not be the staple. but my beardie loves them. it will just be for some variety. and i enjoy breeding feeders. i breed roaches and its great. i figure why not try somthing a bit more difficult. and im sure my tegu will eat the beatles while he is still young. he does not like worms.
 

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