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Posted by DaveCable on May 06, 2003 at 16:11:46:
In Reply to: Mealworm help! posted by leapfrog on May 06, 2003 at 12:51:13:
like you are doin very well. Make sure your gecko has a warm spot at 90 degrees. And remember to dust your mealies with calcium powder a few times a week. Other then that, keep up the good work!
:Well recently i realized that 28 crickets a month is expensive (i'm 12..) so i got a jar of 500 mealworms for 7$ instead, and i'll feed crickets maybe for one or 2 weeks a month, mealworms the rest of the time. i have a little ceramic dish for the mealies. I have 10 in there at a time, and i just let my 4" leo eat as much as she wants. Well thats not very much, because lately shes been eating less. I think she might be having trouble finding the dish adn realizing theres food in it. The first day i switched over to mealworms (saturday night) she ate 4, which i dropped in front of her. The second day she didn't eat any, even when i dropped them in front of her, and last night she only ate 1 when i dropped it in front of her and didn't eat any from the dish over night. She is shedding, pooping, peeing, etc... everything seems fine. What could i be doing wrong? Sorry for the long post....