Matttoadman Posted March 18, 2017 Share Posted March 18, 2017 So my wife has a large exo terra terrarium for her Meditteranean geckos. She bought some of the magnetic feeder dishes to hang from the side. I decided to put young Eublaberus serranus nymphs in the dish. They did eat them quite well.....or so I thought. The other day I saw something white moving in the substrate. I reached in and pulled out an intact gecko skeleton from the sub. The very large nymphs were in the sub. Apparently crickets, geckos, and coco fiber are all they needed to survive. Now it's a terrarium of pothos vine, one gecko and a bunch of E. serranus. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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