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200 x 2nd Moult Black Crickets (Gryllus bimaculatus)

Product Code: 25697P

5 For £9

200 x 2nd Moult Black Crickets (Gryllus bimaculatus)


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In order to ensure that you receive the freshest possible product during the Easter period, some deliveries of live reptile foods may take longer than usual to arrive with you.

Orders placed between before midnight on Tuesday 31st March will be dispatched from our supplier on Wednesday 1st April.

Orders placed from 00:01am Wednesday 1st April to midnight on Monday 6th April will be dispatched from our supplier on Tuesday 7th April.

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Suitable for reptiles, amphibians, arachnids, birds, and some small mammals.

Containing approximately 200 2nd Moult Black Crickets (Gryllus bimaculatus) this is a great way to feed your reptile.

Crickets are approximately 6-8mm and are packed in a safe and ventilated tub.Storage information:Once you receive your crickets, empty the contents of the tub into a larger, smooth sided container with plenty of ventilation.

Provide perching areas in the form of egg card, for example, around the sides of the containers.

Add some thinly sliced potato or carrot for moisture.

You will not need more than a couple of slices, but you will need to change this regularly.Feed your crickets a cereal based food - most crushed plain breakfast cereals are sufficient.

Alternative gut load diets can be purchased which are higher in calcium, however these should still be used in conjunction with dusting powders prior to feeding to your reptile.Keep your crickets at around 70-75 F (21-24 C), and keep them away from bright light.