If the moths aren't breeding... feed em off!

LLLReptile

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I've been hatching out some hornworm moths to try breeding, and a couple have come out a bit funky. This moth wouldn't stop flipping upside down and flapping all over the place, so I fed it off to one of our breeder male panthers.

He loved it!



-Jen
 

craig90

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Hornworms are usually toxic in the wild because they eat tomato leaves. They are fed synthetic food when raised as feeders so they are non-toxic.

How hard are they to raise and breed?
 

Deevo

New Member
I've got some waxworms in that stage where they get all brown and hard. I can't wait till they hatch
 
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