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Discovered 2 Baby Crickets in CWD Enclosure Tonight...

Discussion in 'Help *General*' started by tpham32, Oct 11, 2014.

  1. tpham32

    tpham32 New Member

    I was fixing to go to bed when I decided I wanted to check up on my CWD named Spryo. I added some green moss in his enclosure to help keep up the humidity. Upon observing the pad of moss, I spotted one baby feeder cricket. A few minutes later, I found another one on the moss. The only time I have exposed Spyro to crickets when I first got him a while ago, I added two medium sized crickets to his enclosure and never saw them again, I figured he ate them. The only things I added to the tank tonight were the moss and a few handful of bark substrate. Where in the world could have these guys come from? Makes me worried what other insects are in there.
     
  2. Darkbird

    Darkbird Elite Member

    Mlst likely one of the feeders you put in earlier was a female mature enough to lay eggs. The baby crickets should be harmless, but you can put a piece of carrot or something in the cage for the crickets to chew on if you want.
     

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