Raising Live Foods
Many of the most popular reptiles and amphibians--including snakes, monitors, geckos, anoles, chameleons, red-eared sliders, box turtles, and frogs--consume live foods in nature. In fact, when done correctly, a diet consisting of live foods can be beneficial for herps and economical for hobbyists. Raising Live Foods covers numerous common food species--including crickets, mealworms, earthworms, snails, shrimp, fruit flies, fish, mice, finches, and more--and explains which prey species are appropriate for which pet reptiles and amphibians. Step-by-step instructions guide the hobbyist through the en.
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Review: Raising Live Foods (Complete Herp Care)User Review - Ryan - Goodreads
Green water, white worms, black worms, various snails, but not much else of use to an aquarist (but then, we're not the intended audience). Read full review