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Posted by Chamsrcool on May 07, 2003 at 19:22:29:

In Reply to: yard bugs posted by compasscreek on May 07, 2003 at 19:14:39:

wild bugs that should be used are:
crickets,grasshoppers,pill bugs(wood lice),earth worms,catapillars,moths, and slugs are all i can think of.

make sure you keep all the wild bugs in a contaner for about a week to make sure they dont have any possions in them.

the pill bugs will eat very well rotted wood...if it breaks easily with your fingers then they will eat it. the best place to find them are in the woods and look for a fallen tree. i usually kick them open and the bugs are every where. Chameleons tend to love pill bugs more than anything (at least mine do).
but you should dust them just a little every time not a full coat of dust just like the side without legs .




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