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PostSubject: Gliders are so greedy when Mealies are involved   Wed Sep 09, 2009 11:36 pm

Usually my gliders are so loving and caring to each other - always grooming each other playing together so happily but throw mealworms into the picture and thier demenor completely changes! I was watching my breeding pair Sprocket and Cricket eating them yesterday - Sprocket wolfed his down and immediately without any thought snatched Cricket's half eaten mealworms right from under her! I felt so bad I immediately gave her another one - sometimes if I can't find another mealworm right away a fight usually ensues between the two of them - they totally forget they love each other and every man (or glider) for him /or herself!! Exclamation

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PostSubject: Re: Gliders are so greedy when Mealies are involved   Thu Sep 10, 2009 5:32 pm

Haha, I usually hand feed mine mealies for this reason...they can be such brats. I have to keep administering mealies to each one of them evenly and in a timely manner or they'll start to steal them from each other. XD
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