You may be able to figure out how old they are by using the chart onI too was wondering this. Mine seem to be dying off rather quickly, although who knows how old they were when I bought them (they were/are adults). It seemed like I was able to hang on to the smaller ones longer. But I was also feeding anoles, not a bottom-less pit of a juvenile cham
1,000. I think that at the most he may go through 10-15 a day while they are small. at that rate they would go through their life cycle before he could eat them all and at some point they may get too big for him to safely eat. i bought them 250 at a time until my Male Nosy Be got about 6 months old then i added a Male Ambilobe so i amped up my orders to 500.How long would 1000 crickets last for a baby veiled chameleon?