so can i? i feed them alot because my cham reallly likes them! but i know mealworms are bad and can cause impaction but mealworms and superworms are very similar. so i was just wondering.
I think it's ok to feed them every day as long as you keep them to a minimum and make sure you gutload them very well. I'd say give him a couple while at the same time provide him with a variety of other feeders... Superworms look similar to mealworms but are not the same thing. Supers have a lot softer exoskeleton which is easier on your Cham's stomache and easier to digest. I'd still say to go with other feeders to give him the nutrition he needs. Hope I helped a little...
I thought we were here to help one another no? Experience is knowledge.
I agree, I may not be an expert or have much experience but I help with whatever I can. This forum is here for us to learn from eachother... If you get tired of seeing the same question over and over again and don't want to take the time to help out, don't. Carol, you are great and thank you for all of your help.
They're fattier than most staples (crickets, and dubias), I wouldn't do it every day. Plus if they are large enough to eat supers, they are more than likely adults, in which case, they shouldn't be getting fed everyday.
Well, the basking temperature and many other factors play part in it as well. Babies that are grown slower (at a healthy rate) generally live longer/healthier lives than babies that grow extremely fast.