Fluker's Gourmet Style Mealworms
Not for insectivores
Might be fine for rodents, and you can maybe sneak this into a bearded dragon salad, but you will have a hard time feeding these to, say, a leopard gecko. I managed to feed mine two by wiggling it with tweezers, but after the second, he caught on and ignored them. They can't be very nutritious compared to a live mealworm anyway.
June 3, 2014
Hedgehog loves these worms!
My hedgehog loves these worms as treats! The downside is that once opened, they spoil quickly (even in the fridge). Since hedgehogs can only eat these as treats, they don't get used up as quickly as for reptiles, and usually about half of the can is left when it starts to mold. But, he loves them so I keep buying them! Also, they are quite pungent - but it helps to keep them in the fridge. I think draining off some of the liquid might help with the mold problem, but they're so gross that I haven't tried this yet.
December 31, 2013
Flukers Meal Worms
My lizards love these. They even love the juice the worms are packed in. Great product!
November 3, 2013
Other reviews said small but I didn't listen. It is only I think 3 ounces. Very small. Product was good and had no issues with the quality it was just a surprise to open the box to this tiny package. I have not priced mealworms because my chickens were not overly fond of these but it seemed expensive for the container size.
October 10, 2013