Crickets Posted by efratadenny on 15 August 2012 Posted in: Photography, Still Life. Tagged: Crickets, Photography, Still Life. 6 Comments I keep a lot of crickets at home for my arowana fish food. I photographed them before they are eaten by my fish. Advertisement Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailTumblrPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Related Posts navigation ← Tree Branch Dead Mosquito →
Love crickets. I was so glad when they started chirping a few weeks ago.\
Thank you, Anne, for visiting my blog and for your honest comment. Glad you like it 🙂 I have plenty of crickets in my fish’s food box and they are chirping every night 🙂
Fish like crickets? I guess you learn something new everyday 🙂
Arowana fish ate crickets, cockroaches, lizards, frogs, and small fishes. After years having arowana fish, I can tell crickets is the best choice 🙂
I like the crickets.. but I don’t like the part where you give them to your Arowana fish..
Glad you like crickets. May I know why you don’t like if they become food for fish? 🙂
Most people are now raising crickets (Liogryllus Bimaculatus) for living. There are over 100 species of crickets are found in Indonesia. Many kinds of cultivated at the moment is Gryllus Mitratus and Gryllus Testaclus, to feed the fish and birds. Crickets age is around 55-70 days. For fish or birds, they have to be 25-40 days.