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This is a discussion on FBN Loves Waxies within the Waxworms, Mealworms, Maggots, etc forums, part of the Food: Live, Frozen, Freeze-Dried, Pellets, etc category; Today i brought some waxies and put one in front of my newt and it snapped it straight up outta ...

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Old 20th July 2007   #1 (permalink)
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Today i brought some waxies and put one in front of my newt and it snapped it straight up outta my hand then i put another one in front of him and he snapped it up to!

One of the best things iv ever seen absalutly amazing!

iv al ways feed him small things befor like blood worms so this was amazing for me to see!

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Just be sure not to feed too many waxies. They're fattening.



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I call waxworms "crack for salamanders". It sounds funny but once they get a taste for them... oh dear.

I don't feed waxworms to aquatic animals but I do feed them as a stable to tiger salamanders. I personally have not found them particularly fattening, but the animals to which I have fed them generally get around a lot and burrow all the time (i.e. tiger salamanders).



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I give them to my tiger salamander a lot, but he doesn't seem to be fattening up as much as I worried he would do. Just be sure to vary a lot!



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Yeah i give him Live bloodworms on a regular basis but evry now and then cricket or waxie sum times frozen blood worms

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