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    Quote Originally Posted by Geecko123 View Post
    for the moist hide's substrate, I would recommend natural sea sponges, there is a link below. I use these and he loves them, he will actually curl up around them and sleep, they stay moist and they come in packs of four, this allows me to use to of them while the other two are sterilized and washed. they are only 1-2" but it makes them the perfect size to fit in the hide.https://www.amazon.com/4-Pack-Sponge...2DXFQTT8QSM60H
    Thanks for sharing this link, Geecko123. I just added it to my Important Links, so I'll have it at my fingertips.
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    I can answer the Dubai one. Where I live, only PetCo sells Dubais. Well. They sell them as spotted roaches but the google machine has told me that they are the same as Dubais. The only three big feeders I can think of that you can’t get from petco are silkworms, locusts, and butterworms. I’ve gotten mealies, crickets, supers, waxworms, calciworms/black soldier fly larva, and hornworms there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geecko123 View Post
    for the moist hide's substrate, I would recommend natural sea sponges, there is a link below. I use these and he loves them, he will actually curl up around them and sleep, they stay moist and they come in packs of four, this allows me to use to of them while the other two are sterilized and washed. they are only 1-2" but it makes them the perfect size to fit in the hide.https://www.amazon.com/4-Pack-Sponge...2DXFQTT8QSM60H
    It contains calcium and so Iíd wonder if they would try to eat it. They donít have the same digestive tract a hermit crab does.

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    he has never tried bitting it, I would doubt he would even be able to put his mouth around it, and I am pretty sure they wouldn't like the taste or feel of it.
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