Freeze dried or alive?
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|7th March 2006||#1 (permalink)|
Should I buy freeze dried crickets or live baby crickets? I have 3 Ensatina Salamanders, and I hear that they are triggered to bite something from movement, but I don't know for sure. Which is easier and most likely eaten quicker by my sals?
|7th March 2006||#2 (permalink)|
If you do a quick search, you will find that freeze-dried foods have practically no nutritional value.
With crickets, you should gutload, and feed a varied diet, and not put so many crickets in that they nibble on your salamanders.
I would use worms as a staple and vary the salamanders diet with crickets and other arthropods.
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