Some of my Neps are now taking several adult crickets at each feeding and I was wondering, what do I do for food when the pitchers reach 10-15" in size? Do simply I use lots of crickets, superworms, etc or is there a next step size prey item?
I know people seem to have an aversion to hearing about pink mice, anoles and things but I can't find any larger insects to feed than adult crickets. Roaches are not welcome and Mantids are expensive (and my favorite bug so I just couldn't...).
What do you large pitcher owners feed?
I should add it's below freezing here so catching grasshoppers/locusts is out of the question til about April.