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    mealworms and pings

    i know that those fungus gnat larva are good for pings but what about mealworms?? i ask this because i had been feeding my lizard mealworms and i recently found out that mealworms cause spinal problems in fence lizards and i have a few left over that are still alive will my ping enjoy the mealworms equally or should i just not give them to it?

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    no. meal worms are too strong and hard shelled. you could POSSIBLY mash them up into a paste and use a bit of that on the leaves but not a whole live worm.
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    i just got it tonight a few hours ago and i took the lid off and it looks like it is dying already whats going on?
    Last edited by disco; 03-02-2007 at 08:52 PM. Reason: i took some pics of my darlingtonia and ping and nep if someone could tell me how to post photos

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    lid? pings?! pinguicula are the butterworts.
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    As for pictures. make an account with photobucket or another image hosting site. copy the [IMG] code and paste it on here!
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    it came like that with a lid all of lowes carnivorous plants come like that i always take the lids off and keep em off tho cause there really is no need for a lid here in bama

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    here is my ping i got from lowes whats goin on with it?
    Last edited by disco; 03-02-2007 at 09:08 PM. Reason: thanks for tellin me how to post pics alex!!!

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    oh! that lid! haha. keep it on and GRADUALLY over the course of maby 2 weeks take it off. it has to adjust to lower humidity. that is P. primuliflora by the way. it can die suddenly so watch out.
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    should i trade it out for something that has a better chance of surviving?

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