Thanks Willow! I have a slice of orange in there - so hopefully they'll leave him alone. I'm a little concerned that he's not eating very well at the moment - but I suppose I need to give him time to settle down.
I had a tokay. I used apples, oranges, fresh pineapple, and a commercial water- holding foam to provide water for my crickets. A water bowl became a "drowning pool" for the insects. Your "pet" is very good looking, the question is, does it eat bedbugs? lol :tongue:
Thanks for the comments guys. Currently, I'm feeding the crickets with orange and cucumber. I have ordered some commercial food for feeding them up, and will take your advice re the holding foam herefishy
As for bedbugs... I haven't tried them with that particular delicacy yet :tongue:
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