This is a discussion on waxworrms drowning? within the Waxworms, Mealworms, Maggots, etc forums, part of the Food: Live, Frozen, Freeze-Dried, Pellets, etc category; i heard it was very easy to drown a waxworm, like they drown in seconds. i can feed my c. ...
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|27th April 2008||#1 (permalink)|
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i heard it was very easy to drown a waxworm, like they drown in seconds. i can feed my c. orientalis from tweezers things that dont move but i was just curious. i was thinking about getting them some waxworms to put some weight on them, thereyre skiny.
|27th April 2008||#2 (permalink)|
I've never had a problem with waxworms in aquatic setups. They wiggle for a few minutes at least. Just be careful not to feed primarily waxworms, as they're not the most nutritious.
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