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    Ok. Hes actually a pretty shy eater and wont eat the crickets until we leave the room. But usually only eats 2 medium crickets. I put 3-4 in there and leave them in there overnight as he wont eat until everyone is in bed. But he is not interested in eating more that 2. I have also tried super worms, fly larvae, and dubias and he has no interest in them. He will go up and pick them and then walk away but wont actually eat them. Is he ok with just a cricket diet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geckomomm View Post
    Ok. He’s actually a pretty shy eater and won’t eat the crickets until we leave the room. But usually only eats 2 medium crickets. I put 3-4 in there and leave them in there overnight as he won’t eat until everyone is in bed. But he is not interested in eating more that 2. I have also tried super worms, fly larvae, and dubias and he has no interest in them. He will go up and pick them and then walk away but won’t actually eat them. Is he ok with just a cricket diet?
    Were you able to order Professional Reptiles Pro Gutload dry diet to feed your crickets? That's the most economical dry diet I recommend. It's important to feed your crickets prior to feeding them to your gecko. Otherwise crickets are like empty pasta shells.

    As long as you have a food for your crickets, crickets will make a good 24/7 gecko diet.

    Petcos and Petsmarts package hornworms by the ~4-pack. He might love those now and then.
    For link 33 click: Hornworm Care Guidelines
    Last edited by Elizabeth Freer; 10-11-2020 at 03:19 AM.
    "If you can hear crickets, it's still summer." ;)

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