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|Subject: gryllus assimilis (field cricket) 12/29/2013, 11:14 am|| |
I recommend these, they are a lot quieter and a lot more relaxed than house crickets.
However a word of warning... be careful not to leave them overnight with sick or weak animals.
My little scorpion was weak and got munched on during the night.
That wasnt a pretty sight.
Over all they are fatter and bigger and i like them as a feeder.
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|Subject: Re: gryllus assimilis (field cricket) 12/29/2013, 4:20 pm|| |
Does a gut-loaded field cricket have the same amount of nutritional value as a gut-loaded white or black cricket? We have the black ones here. Just wondering
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|Subject: Re: gryllus assimilis (field cricket) 1/13/2014, 6:09 am|| |
There are some absolutely mastadonic native californian field crickets.. I've seen a few that were so big, i mistook them for jerusalem crickets!
They have a pleasant song, too.. much better than that annoying loud high-pitched sound Gryllodes makes. UGh.. those things suck.
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