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Will these freeze dried crickets be okay for a Green Water Dragon?

I am potentially buying a Green Water Dragon, and being a student living at home with my parents still, I don't want to spend the time with live crickets, plus bugs are icky! Would using these be the same as live crickets, and would I still need to "dust" them?
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Freeze dried crickets would not be a great staple as they lose their nutritional value being frozen. Water dragons also are insectivores, meaning that they only eat insects, and therefore are more likely to only go for something that is moving. You could hold them in tongs and move them around, but I doubt you'd get much interest. I'd suggest going the worm route (superworms or even roaches etc) if you don't like messy crickets that can bounce out of their container.
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These should be okay, It all depends on your animals opinion, some love to catch their own prey but. Some don't. I would just give it a try.
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I know some lizards like to catch their prey, so is this okay for a panther gecko?

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Waxworms don't really move that much, not like mealworms, but if you mix them with mealworms they are a nice treat for a panther that needs to put some weight on.
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