Adult roaches ok for adult beardies?


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I got my shipment in early and some of the dubias roaches are huge I just wanna double check that they are ok to feed adult beardies

I have some small/medium and some huge ones I chose 3/4" to 1" in size

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Zen , Ruby ,Snicker Doodles, Sweet Pea, Sinatra
If your beardies will actually chew them up, your probably ok. My boy Zen is good about it, but Snickers isn't so i don't give her the big ones. (my other dragons are quite a bit smaller in stature so i never give the big ones to them)

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No need to. Full size dragons can eat adult dubias.

If your dragon isn't full grown, or a smaller adult, adjust accordingly.

Both beardies. My Chubbs (right pic) handled the dubias fairly well with a ton of chewing


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