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Matttoadman

Normal eating behavior?

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I have 110 Eublaberus pantanal nymphs. They are in a 20 gallon high, 3 inch plus moist coco fiber, Three quarters covered with plexiglass, heat lamp keeps it at around 80 ish during the day. 72 at night. I keep fish food and oats in front of them, dead oak leaves and oak bark. I add various fruits and veggies from time to time. Several times during the night I sneak in to peak at them. Only less than 6 are ever out at one time. The fresh stuff shows nibbles, the pickle jar lid of dry lasts for a week or more. Is this normal eating behavior? I was expecting them to eat more.

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Well Matttoadman, it would appear that the coco fiber, oak leaves and oak bark is also being eaten as well. So they are eating more than you think.

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