|29th January 2005||#1 (permalink)|
i think this is where i should put this. i will put the how to do it in another place. i made a cricket rock from plaster of paris, and the hole is a little left of the top on a slant like this // . i want to be able to put the crickets in, cover the hole, and when ready, i'll release them. but i don't know if they will get out, or just stay i. i could put a strip of screen in there for em to climb. if that won't work, i could put something in there that irritates them to get them out. the crickets are going to be a little smaller than crickets fed to NVV.
|29th January 2005||#2 (permalink)|
A piece of PVC with the appropriate sized hole(s) drilled in it and with caps pushed on works just as well. If the holes are on the bottom, it can even be cable tied up higher and the crickets will dribble out onto the bottom of the tank.
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