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No Crickets or Roaches?

adubbs92

Member
Hey guys, my wife and I are thinking about getting our second Beardie. I had one for 9 years and he had sadly passed way 2 years ago. We really don't want to go the route of crickets as we don't like the smell of them, the chirping, or the fact that they are escape artists. We also live in Canada where Dubia Roaches are illegal. The only other feeder insects that are soild locally that I could get whenever are Super worms and horn worms. What would be the best staple insect we could get shipped to us, that we can keep alive and healthy for a long time (about a month at a time). Would be cool if there was some that we could easily breed, but I know that is probably out of the question. Thanks guys!
 

KarrieRee

BD.org Sicko
Hey guys, my wife and I are thinking about getting our second Beardie. I had one for 9 years and he had sadly passed way 2 years ago. We really don't want to go the route of crickets as we don't like the smell of them, the chirping, or the fact that they are escape artists. We also live in Canada where Dubia Roaches are illegal. The only other feeder insects that are soild locally that I could get whenever are Super worms and horn worms. What would be the best staple insect we could get shipped to us, that we can keep alive and healthy for a long time (about a month at a time). Would be cool if there was some that we could easily breed, but I know that is probably out of the question. Thanks guys!
You can do silk worms or bsfl
Google thewormlady there are other places to get insects try googling live feeders in Canada
 

inky

Member
Hey guys, my wife and I are thinking about getting our second Beardie. I had one for 9 years and he had sadly passed way 2 years ago. We really don't want to go the route of crickets as we don't like the smell of them, the chirping, or the fact that they are escape artists. We also live in Canada where Dubia Roaches are illegal. The only other feeder insects that are soild locally that I could get whenever are Super worms and horn worms. What would be the best staple insect we could get shipped to us, that we can keep alive and healthy for a long time (about a month at a time). Would be cool if there was some that we could easily breed, but I know that is probably out of the question. Thanks guys!
you can try horn worms and if that doesnt work you can get solider fly larva or pupae which can be obtained at ecofly.com hope this helped
 
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