Crickets

Daesie11

Chameleon Enthusiast
As many as she will take, usually anywhere between 15 and 30 I believe. You will want to cut back on her feeding when she gets older to reduce the amount of eggs she will produce.

Also, a lot of great information can be found on the forums using the search function! If you type in key words like "juvenile feeding" or "female egg laying" into the search bar it will pull up all previous threads that included those topics. It's a really great way to study up and learn about the keeping of your new pet:)
 

Gabriellehernandezxxx

Established Member
My female is about 7 months old, and today I’m moving to my new apartment and things are hectic. I forgot to go get more crickets yesterday so I only had 8 to feed her this morning (when I usually feed 12). Is this ok? They are gut loaded with veggies.
My other option is getting to the pet store and feeding her non-gutloaded crickets but that wouldn’t be until like 2-3 (which I think is too late since they have to digest). What are your thoughts? This is probably a dumb question but oh well ahah!
 
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AnamCara

Chameleon Enthusiast
If she goes a day without feeding or eats less thats fine. Most people cut back on feeding females anyways to slow egg production--albiet it maybe not that young. You should be fine and make sure you get crickets from a clean reputable place--they can carry some nasty stuff.
 
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Gabriellehernandezxxx

Established Member
So the pet places near me are all out of crickets :( tomorrow I am planning on driving far to the one place that’s getting some today for my girl. But today, I usually feed her at noon, the pet store only has mealworms and wax worms. No super worms. Which should I get and what amount could she have today? Until I get the cricket deal under control...
 

Gabriellehernandezxxx

Established Member
How long has she been without food? Being cold blooded they burn calories slower. Even though she is young she can prob go a couple days. I don’t think feeding her a couple wax worms will hurt either.
She’s had food every day! But I ended up giving wax worms and now she’s back to the cricket schedule. PHEW! I hate moving and changing my routine! Ahah
 

Gabriellehernandezxxx

Established Member
Hi again! So I just got cricket crack in the mail! Do I just place it in a feeding dish on its own in the cricket house? And is there a proper way to store the bag so it lasts as long as possible?
 
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