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Keeps feeder insects alive and safe from drowning, bacteriaSafe for all sizes, pinhead to adultReady to pour – no mixing neededFeed your reptile the healthiest, most active insects
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If i was to feed my crickets these and dust them with calcium dust, would it be to much?

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No, of course not. That's what I do. It's healthiest for your animal to do that, actually.
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