Anyone else had this problem? I put the crickets in their cages in the morning, and they all gravitate to the walls and then up to the corner where the walls meet the ceiling by the time I leave for work. Typically near heat lamp or the corners of the UV light. Then my panther chameleons seem to become oblivious to their existence, as the same numbers of crickets will remain until I remove them at night. Can someone provide a solution? I can't be the only one with this issue. Is cup feeding my only alternative? I prefer them to hunt for exercise and stimulation.