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I searched for this topic and didn't come up with anything. I've got a couple of questions.
1) I've occasionally read on this board (as well as others) that some ppl feed super worms as a staple, usually to older dragons. I'm curious as to the difference btwn super worms and meal worms. I see over and over again to be careful feeding meal worms due to their hard outsides. Don't super worms have the same hard outter "shell"?
2) Can one get super worms that aren't huge or is that the nature of the super worm? Super big.
3) My beardie is totally off crickets (we've had issues; we're slowing in the process of solving, things are looking up) and has always loved meal worms.(he's roughly 6 months old and quite small due to said issues). If he won't eat crickets or phx worms (awaiting a phx worm shipment tomorrow- he's had them before but then refused to eat them after 2, 3 weeks) I don't know what the heck to feed him! He ain't gonna eat it if it don't move so even greens are tough to get in him (I'll put the worms in his greens and he's an expert at getting *just* the worm!). I've heard just feed the crickets..he'll eat them if he gets hungry enough. That seems kind of harsh and well, mean. <shrug> Any suggestions? Thanks~