I got them.
Please let me know if this link works.
Have you read the study that compares Mazuri Better Bug, Mazuri Hi Calcium Gut Loading Diet, Mazuri tortoise food mixed with fresh veggies, and Purina Gamebird Startena?It was done on crickets, mealworms, and superworms.
There’s also another one that compared the nutrients of crickets when fed...
The last time I showed you guys my leopard gecko enclosure it was with a background that I thought was tacky so I took it off and I also re-did the entire thing too. Replaced the background with window film. This is her year old improved home… for now at least.
I am one of those people that view gut loading differently. To me gut loading is where I feed crickets that I have separated from the colony a diet made to alter the calcium to phosphorus ratio to 1:1, allowing the calcium supplement to further increase it to 2:1. No fresh produce is given to...
There was another study where Mazuri performed better than Repashy Superload in increasing nutrients in medium sized crickets...
I use Mazuri Better Bug for my crickets and superworms. They’re proven to improve the calcium to phosphorus ratio in them but known to kill mealworms quicker. Only use this for 48 hours before giving them to your chameleon, the high amount of calcium kills them within a few more days otherwise...
Only covers vitamin A and vitamin E for one type of chameleon, but at least it’s something. I’ve been using the gut load that they designed in that study on my mealworms for 48 hours before I give them to my gecko.
I find it strange that there’s no real commercial value for the exact nutrient requirements of chameleons. I would think that zoological organizations would want to pay for research on something like this.
I hope whoever accepts the research grant from Mazuri can study this.