Insects that don’t jump?

Jjt9

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Please excuse the newbie!

So I’ve realised I can’t stand bugs that fly and jump (crickets, locusts, flies etc.). I also realise that most worms can’t form part of a regular staple diet.

I have a 3 month old baby beardie who’s a bit of a salad dodger but does manage some (as expected for his age).

I was wondering if anyone could suggest any insects (types of worms, roaches, beetles etc.) that don’t fly so I can try them? Thanks for all your help. Everything is going well so far but would rather feed less active insects if possible! I’m not keen on freezing/fridging insects as it is a shared house.

Cheers :)
 

mango_the_beardie

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Mango
Please excuse the newbie!

So I’ve realised I can’t stand bugs that fly and jump (crickets, locusts, flies etc.). I also realise that most worms can’t form part of a regular staple diet.

I have a 3 month old baby beardie who’s a bit of a salad dodger but does manage some (as expected for his age).

I was wondering if anyone could suggest any insects (types of worms, roaches, beetles etc.) that don’t fly so I can try them? Thanks for all your help. Everything is going well so far but would rather feed less active insects if possible! I’m not keen on freezing/fridging insects as it is a shared house.

Cheers :)
dubia roaches are absolutely perfect for a staple food superworms are fine a lot of people don't like them based off other peoples experience with them but Dubia roaches are guaranteed the best!
 

KarrieRee

BD.org Sicko
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Hiccup he is 5 and Blaze is 3
Please excuse the newbie!

So I’ve realised I can’t stand bugs that fly and jump (crickets, locusts, flies etc.). I also realise that most worms can’t form part of a regular staple diet.

I have a 3 month old baby beardie who’s a bit of a salad dodger but does manage some (as expected for his age).

I was wondering if anyone could suggest any insects (types of worms, roaches, beetles etc.) that don’t fly so I can try them? Thanks for all your help. Everything is going well so far but would rather feed less active insects if possible! I’m not keen on freezing/fridging insects as it is a shared house.

Cheers :)
Best staple is dubias - www.dubiaroaches.com
Small super worms can be fed on salads 1-3 every other day another good staple for babies and good salads lure are bsfl- www.symtonbsf.com feed as many as you want - they compliment dubias good
 

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