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Feeding Fly Ants To Other Animals

 

Because fly ants are wild caught, they are an excellent source of natural vitamins and minerals. Fly ants are also naturally high in proteins. When they are stored however, they loose some of their nutritional value as feeder insects and will need additional dusting with a suitable vitamin and mineral supplement to improve their nutritional value.

Because of their size (1.5 cm / 0.6 ") and mobility, they are also perfect to feed to small baby and juvenile lizards, fish, amphibians, arachnids and chameleons. Feeder fly ants do however have the problem of climbing from and hiding in small places. This can be overcome by feeding them by hand and only feeding the amount that can be consumed in the recommended feeding period. Escapees will eventually die and attract ants and other unwanted predators to the cage.

 
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