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Zephyr

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Lately, for my hisser colony, I've had to throw in a pie pumpkin EVERY NIGHT, and it's gone the next morning. XD

I don't know if this is a good or a bad thing, I'm not losing any money because all my feeding supplies are free...

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Hey, now I know what to do with my leftover jack-o-lanterns, thanks!

What are "pie" pumpkins? How big are the pumpkins you're feeding them and how many roaches?

Peter

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I began feeding a number of inverts pumpkin starting on the 31st (instead of melon rinds). They seem to like it and it is free but it's certainly not a food you can count on for more than a few months of the year.

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Pie pumpkins are about the size of a children's basketball, so they can fit in your hand.

I'm thinking that squash would be a good fresh food, it stays fresh longer and there are many varieties available for free this time of year. :P

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