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Hello, I have a Batrachoseps diabolicus named Zeus, I love them alot, do you know anything about them that i should know? Zeus won't really eat bloodworms, is he sick, or does he eat it behind my back, I can't tell. Batrachoseps diabolicus are very small! Well please let me know and thank you!



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Have you tried offering pinhead crickets, springtails, fruit flies, or aphids? Those might be more suitable since movement is important for most salamanders to locate their prey, and that species feeds on land.

For species specific questions, please post in the "Newt and Salamander Help" section of the forum.



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