Marlene said:I was wondering about their growth rate. I know that it depends upon their conditions, such as food, heating and humidity, but I was just wondering, on average, how quick the nymphs grow.
Yeah, that's why I've never really fed my feeders anything aside from the best! I ran out of salad though, so I have to go do some shopping! Of all the websites I've been on, none of them state the growth rate, their care sheets are very well written and informative, they just didn't have the info that I needed, lol.ashesc212 said:Yeah they grow better at higher temperatures and they also reproduce faster this way. It's probably two weeks like others said.
I always have a bountiful supply of water crystals in the enclosure. Also, I provide grains, oats, oranges, potatoes, carrots, collard greens, and very expensive catfood with ZERO additives (no dye, etc). Remember, what they eat, your lizards are eating.