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Posted by Mark Smith on May 18, 2001 at 21:06:56:
In Reply to: Re: Looking for Wax worms in the east dallas/mesquite area. posted by RJ Mello on May 18, 2001 at 16:01:30:
: Mark: Sometimes you can get them at Petsmart and/or Petco, off of Town East Blvd. However, you really have to be careful and check the containers. Although they're getting better now that spring is here, during the winter most all the worms inside would be dead (brown/black/dead!) and the pet store people wouldn't even have a clue (so what else is new).
: Another option. . .how many cham's do you have? I have 1 veiled, 2 leopard gecko's and a bearded dragon. One of my leo's is rehab w/a cataract and will eat nothing BUT wax worms. The others eat as many as I'll give them but for various reasons (including limited supply) I'm not to generous w/them.
: My point is. . .if 500 are too many for your cham's, and 500 is the minimum order, how would 250 do you? The one's I've ordered on line are just so much healthier (and cheaper, even w/freight added) than what I can get around here. . .I'd rather order on-line too, but am in the same spot (500) is way too many for my critters.
: Let me know if you're interested.
: RJ Mello
: (Mesquite, TX)
: : If anyone know of a place in the Mesquite, Garland, East Dallas, area that sells Wax worms please let me know. Ordering 500 off the net for my to Chameleons really seems like a waste.
: : Thanks
: : Mark Smith
Thanks for the info. I've searched all over for more than a month now. I gave up a couple of days ago and orderd online from worm mans got 30 wax and 100 silk worms. I'm still waiting for them. I have 2 chams a panther and a senegal.