So I had this great idea of putting 500 bsf larvae in this cricket pen container, hoping that as they pupate and become flies I could feed them off. About two weeks passed and didn't see any flies there yet, which seemed odd, so opened it to find out that almost all 500 became flies and escaped...
I’m wondering, how can you feed off BSF, other than leaving the larvae in the cham enclosure and wait until it pupates?
I want to find a way to have the larvae in a plastic container, and when they pupate and become flies, catch them somehow to put them in the chameleon enclosure...
I'm afraid the superworms I ordered might be too big for my panther. I know the rule, no larger than the width of the cham's head, but how does the rule apply to worms, since most of them will be larger than small chameleon's head?
The superworms are about twice the width of her head, or even more.
I’d like to give my cham the joy of feeding her flying insects, and I’m thinking on bsf and green banana roaches.
I’ve been doing some research but I do have a couple of questions:
•Are green banana roaches good to release to the enclosure? Would they fly around, or would they hide...
This is how I keep the wires and chargers organized. It was driving me nuts!
You can also just put the water container on top of the wood crate directly, but it gets better pressure if its higher up.
The bucket is just to fill up the clear container without having to disconnect it every time.
Yes, listen to the Chameleon Breeder podcast episode 3, you can find it online or on itunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/chameleon-breeder-podcast-with-bill-strand/id1063849084?mt=2&i=1000358739183