Finally got a tongue shot.

JacksJill

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Crunch Nom Nom Nom
 

JacksJill

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LOVE!!!! how are you liking that feeder cup?
It works great even my wild caught are using them. They shoot from agross the cage but they use them.
If he fell in would it be easy for him to get out?
My females are either in them or on the lip every morning. My species is smaller and this is the large size so it may look bigger. If I had young juveniles I would get the smaller one but getting out shouldn't be a problem. It's only about three inches deep to the ledge.
 

JacksJill

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What feeders are you putting in? I have been thinking about buying one.
I basically put anything but hornworms in it. I still hand feed or put them on branches. I don't like them getting a grip on the screen. In the picture she grabbed a cricket and a dubia at the same time. Crickets could get out but tend not to leave. I think they feel sheltered and think they are hidden. Wrong again.
It makes it so much easier for me to keep track of who's eating and how much. I also don't find crickets cruising around my house anymore.
 

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Another play by play this time it's Jian feeding but I missed the critical shot.
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she spots the cricket
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watches it climb up
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Takes aim
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And she's eating and I missed the shot.
 

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