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    They may also be adults. I know that cresteds are supposed to grow out of live prey and into fruit but I haven't witnessed it yet so..... It's probably just a matter of what they've been raised on as Midwestherps pointed out.
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    4.3.1 Rhacodactylus ciliatus
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    Hey, Sobe--

    Stanley was raised by his breeder on CGD and nothing else. So when we got him and switched him to our current diet (the WER recipe, plus crix and roaches), he didn't know what a cricket was. Stella had to teach him to hunt. Until we got her, he hadn't a clue, and never ate one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanskrit
    They may also be adults. I know that cresteds are supposed to grow out of live prey and into fruit but I haven't witnessed it yet so..... It's probably just a matter of what they've been raised on as Midwestherps pointed out.
    Ive read the same about them growing out of live prey, not one of my adult animals turns down insects though.

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    They'll eat the crix soon, cresteds need living cricket flesh :P to be healthy

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