CRICKETS SMALL(PICKUP ITEM ONLY)
CRICKETS LARGE - City Country Pets and Supplies
CRICKETS LARGE - City Country Pets and Supplies
CRICKETS LARGE - City Country Pets and Supplies
CRICKETS LARGE - City Country Pets and Supplies
CRICKETS LARGE - City Country Pets and Supplies
CRICKETS LARGE - City Country Pets and Supplies
CRICKETS LARGE - City Country Pets and Supplies
CRICKETS LARGE - City Country Pets and Supplies
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CRICKETS SMALL(PICKUP ITEM ONLY)

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Small Live Crickets 1cm. Approximately 14 days old.

At this age the crickets are wingless and soft bodied. They are also blissfully quiet!
They are high in protein and easily digestible for your reptiles, amphibians or birds.
Fed on high protein meal and fresh produce
Acheta Domestica species.

Feed them on cos lettuce and carrot. This is their main source of water so its important to keep them fresh. Avoid using an open water dish as they will all jump in and they are NOT good swimmers. The smaller crickets will have trouble eating carrot so just the lettuce for them. Remove and replace the veggies every couple of days. You can also add some high protein pellet food like chick starter.

If you want to give them a water dish make sure there is a sponge in the bowl so they cant drown.

Use the egg carton that comes with the crickets for them to hide out in.

Keep them nice and warm, around 25-26c, but don't let them get too humid. Ventilation is key.