I’ll definitely see if I can find this at the store when I go today! When the crickets don’t move, he also is weird about wanting to eat them so that’s why I did tweezer feeding at first, but after he almost ate it one time, I stopped using it. He might just need to get used to the cup vs seeing the tweezersI got one of these for roaches in addition to the feeder run cup I built for the crix. Roaches hide in the bottom of the run cup, so he wasn't eating them. This works. I showed him the roaches in it a couple times, and he seems to learn quick. Helps if they're moving though; if they're playing possum (as dubias are wont to do) he ignores them.
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It hangs nicely off of any of the dowels, but I always use the same spot.