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Old 02-16-17, 06:07 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Gymnetis caseyi-flower beetle

I came across these from a site I want to order more cleanup crew for my desert bio tanks but info on keeping them is scarce and even the website selling them only gives the diet of the larvae. Someone said they eat fruit and are easy to keep but no details. Temp, lighting, humidity concerns or durable to most everything? They seem like they'd add some interest to certain setups and the site says they can be used as feeder insects. I have some anoles plus the dekay brown snake eats some insects. He does prefer slimy things but won't take chopped up worm or attempt the earthworms you can buy around here so his diet has been a bit sparse over winter and he's given in to eating some young isopods and moth or beetle larvae along with the few young worms cultivated so far.
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