I swear, my nosy Faly named Kahuna has picking & expensive taste! I love him to death but boy can he get my blood pressure going at feeding time...which is every morning since he is just about 6 months old. Basically he refuses to eat crickets!! He used to eat them the first month or so I got him (got him at 3 months old) but now that I introduced silk worms to his diet about 1.5 months ago, he barely eats anything else...and he already has a small appetite to begin with!! Well, let’s not get crazy, of course he loves super worms but I try to only give one a day (I would give him less then that but like I said, his appetite is small so try to make him eat as much as possible...he always eats everyday...just not as much as I would like). I do also feed him BSFL but that is only because I lay the silk worms on top of the BSFL & they grip around them for security so Kahuna get a silk & a couple BSFL in one bite! The problem is that I live in New Jersey & it’s getting cold here & I can only find silks online (barely) so I’m nervous about the coming months, not having enough food for him! A lot die during shipping. Does anyone have these problems & does anyone have a Cham that doesn’t like crickets? And do you know any other feeder I can try? He definitely doesn’t like Dubai’s, wax worms & I think he is terrified of horn worms. He does love bsf & blue spike flies but those only hatch out once every few days. Not sure what else there is to feed him. I also would like some advice on keeping silkworms alive & perhaps breeding info!! I found putting a space heater close to their kritter keeper definitely helps a lot but just wondering what else I can try! Do they like dark or light cages? And I also have wondered if pulling their silk threads hurts them? Basically when I clean their cage out & move them, I always wonder when they are stuck & I pull them, if that hurts them & causes some To die? And on another note, does anyone know what Cham friendly plant drinks the most water & is happy to sit in a continuous moist substrate? I have a bio active enclosure & want to plant one straight into the substrate. Sorry I have so many questions but hopefully someone can help me!