I can't just take tray outside and hose it off because I could release exotic roaches that cham didn't eat. This appears to be a discoid but I have fed lobster roaches also. Is the superworm an exotic that could survive outside in mild climates?
We were looking at my reef tank and then he climbed on my back and I was taking him back to cage and he jumped off and landed on carpet. Hissed and started running. Got on my hand and then I put him in cage and watched him. Seems fine. Why can't he hang on back when we are walking around house?
I put no pesticides down in my yard and looked for wild dandelions. Could not find them but found Florida Bentony. The plant makes a radish that we can consume. I ate them and did not die. I fed them to my crickets. They also got some kiwis and carrots. Cultivated plants were probably just weeds...
Okay we have 4 crickets, 4 superworms and 1 discoid roach with Earth Pro. Cham is not using feeder today. He will probably just eat the superworms and won't touch the crickets and roach. I set out the feast; not my bad if he does not eat it.
OK so they have too much fat. Many of us are obese and drink too much beer. My cham keeps going on strikes and wants superworms. Crickets in the feeder. Will see how my roach colony is doing and put these in there. That Bill Strand feeding video has his Jackson's eating superworms and crickets.