This is a discussion on Are mealworm beetles good for eating? within the Food, Feeders, Live, Frozen, Culturing, etc forums, part of the General Topics category; I was wondering if it was okay to feed my white's dumpy tree frog the adult form of mealworms. A ...
I was wondering if it was okay to feed my white's dumpy tree frog the adult form of mealworms. A few months ago I took my mealwors out of the fridge because they looked skinny and sick. After a few sliced carrots they are not much more plump and a few have pupated. Can I feed the beetles to my frog or should I save them and use them for breeding?
Don't feed them to your frog. Their shells are too hard for your frog to digest I would imagine.
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i secound that you read lotta horror storrys about impaction in the fourm why tempt fate
Ok. That's what I thought. Guess I'll look into breeding the beetle instead. Thanks for replying.
will if you have a larg frog like pacmans or pixies thay can eat them safe but for tree frogs i wouldint risk it
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