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    Question How do I keep crickets from laying eggs in their substrate?

    I don't know what to use as a substrate for my crickets. I want to use coco fiber but I'm afraid they'll lay eggs in that instead of their soil box. Any advice?

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    Default Re: How do I keep crickets from laying eggs in their substrate?

    Quote Originally Posted by Palki70 View Post
    I don't know what to use as a substrate for my crickets. I want to use coco fiber but I'm afraid they'll lay eggs in that instead of their soil box. Any advice?
    You wouldn't necessarily need substrate for them but yes just put it in a small box only so that's where they breed

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