1. zackrepko


    Anyone in the NYC area interested in buying or trading feeders for some large hornworms? I have approx 1-2 dozen large hornworms ranging from 1.5 - 3.5" long. They're way too big for my Cham. Message for details. Thanks! Zack
  2. Suzapalooza

    Hornworm bite?

    Hi all - We recently started feeding our male veiled Neil (10-months) hornworms and silkworms, in addition to crickets and butterworms. He's not particularly fond of the silkworms, and will eat crickets if there is nothing else, but LOVES hornworms. We've been feeding him only the smaller...
  3. C

    hornworms-is it worth the extra effort to breed?

    So when I got two containers of MD hornworms for my cham they have now doubled in size! Some reaching 4" Still some smaller ones to feed (feeding a full grown male veiled) Can he actually eat those big ones if I let him? Or would those be too much..... Thinking of setting up a breeding...
  4. C

    new veiled is a pig and eats like a champ! pics

    I just got my cham, a 2 1/2 yr old proven breeder male. I take him out every morning and put him on a bird playstand (the wood is big and gnarly so my parrots are afraid of it) so now its a cham stand hahah I feed him either from my hand or on the stand (for slower moving bugs) This guy eats...
  5. S

    Failing to make hornworm food

    Hi everyone, I bought some hornworms recently that are less than 2 inches long and I have run out of the food that they originally came with. I did some research and everyone seemed to like this home made recipe best : 1 cup (100 g) of non-toasted wheat germ (Bobs Red Mill, Milwaukie, OR)...
  6. sanitysake

    Skittles eats a hornworm!

    Thought I would share a video with you all of my panther eating a hornworm: link to video You can see him hesitating once or twice before he really goes for it - he doesn't like my phone :P
  7. LLLReptile

    If the moths aren't breeding... feed em off!

    I've been hatching out some hornworm moths to try breeding, and a couple have come out a bit funky. This moth wouldn't stop flipping upside down and flapping all over the place, so I fed it off to one of our breeder male panthers. He loved it! -Jen
  8. gideonus

    Wow! Worf gobbles up those monster hornworms

    Despite the general rule about feeding insects no larger than the cham's head, but aware that soft-bodied insects like silkies and hornworms are different, I put in a very large green hornworm into Worf's enclosure yesterday. Worf is a 6.5 month old male veiled (now about 11 inches head to...
  9. Hornworm Cocoon

    Hornworm Cocoon

    Finally a hornworm cocoon
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