Hey all, does anybody feed their chams locusts as treats? Do they make good sources of nutrition? I read that they can hold alot of food in their stomache, easily gutloaded. Is this true? thanks,
Are they nutritionaly good enough to feed often or only as a treat? In the UK locusts are used as feeder insects for many lizards/spiders etc but I can not find out much about how good they are??? Most articles just say that they are good All I know is that chameleons LOVE them with a passion.
Wow never even thought about gutloading with grass! But I guess it makes sense so long as chams like grassgutloaded critters. Does grass have good stuff in it for chams? It is really strange that there does not seem to be any nutritional data for locusts like there is for other live foods?