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Posted by PhoenixZorn on May 08, 2003 at 15:26:26:

What is in that tupperware container? Looked like superworms to me, but wasn't sure. Do you keep them sealed inside the container? I've got this new problem around the house, my mom doesn't want me to have ANY bugs at all... this is a problem in more ways than one, as I have 2 beardies, a spotted turtle and 1.1.1 sugar gliders(gratz to the parents) that all like to eat insect food. Now, super worms scare the gliders, and I can just get a couple crix at a time if I need them, but the turtle and beardies absolutely relish superworms.

Please tell me your methods of keeping and breeding the biting little buggers (in small containers if at all possible) so that I can again feed my animals the food they need... and consequently bang their heads on plexiglas for. The last batch of supers I had was kept at about 60-65 degrees (I know a bit cold) but they all died within a month... not a single one pupated.... well, except that one that lived long enough in the glider cage to get under the pine shavings.


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