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Rating: 4.4

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Most reptiles, arachnids, and amphibians like their meals and snacks served up still moving, so active superworms are the perfect choice. Superworms are super active - this makes them irresistible to reptiles and fish. Twice the size of a giant mealworm, these worms have a soft body that is easy for pets to digest. We offer Superworms in many quantities so you can always keep them on hand. Ideal Temperature, Storage and Maintenance Superworms are tropical insects that require warmer temperatures than standard/giant mealworms. Superworms' ideal temperature range is 70°- 80° F. Cupped superworms can be stored in the cups for up to two weeks. Bulk superworms will be shipped in a box with egg crate. Store your superworms in a plastic container between two layers of mealworm bedding (2" on bottom and 1/2" on top). Good container guidelines for a superworm container include dimensions about twice that of a shoebox, at least six inches tall, without a lid, and of sturdy plastic construction. (Small cat pans usually work well.) Add a small amount of Easy Water every other day to provide moisture for the worms. Depending on the quantity of superworms, fresh bedding should be added every week to two weeks to maintain the 2 ½" layers. Plan on completely replacing the bedding every three to four weeks. Timberline From Nature to You WWW.TIMBERLINEFISHERIES.COM LIVEFOOD@TIMBERLINEFISHERIES.COM 1.800.423.2248
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Ethan W.
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Rating: 5

Good for larger lizards

posted 5 years ago

We feed these to our bearded dragon. They are very active which is great for a "sight feeder" like a beardie. he requires a lot of motion to his food to get him to strike. He'll eat about 5 of these every other day. They are easy to keep as they don;t have to be kept refigerated and they eat things like potato peels.

Pros: large size, very active, easy to keep, no refrigeration needed

Cons: they can bite and hurt small lizards

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scott w.
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Good food

posted 5 years ago

My old bearded dragon loved super worms and would always lunge for these tasty morsels. My frogs however had nothing to do with them for a species that supposedly has a voracious appetite. I suppose it varies from species to species and pet to pet. But this is a good quality superworm

Pros: Good food

Cons: not most appetizing

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