Fluker's Gourmet-Style Crickets Reptile Food is packed with all of the essential nutrients and vitamins your reptile needs to thrive. These moist crickets are the perfect nutritional meal for reptiles, birds and tropical fish and may be fed to your pet daily. The stay-fresh lid maintains freshness, ensuring each and every meal is just as tasty as the first.
A moist and nutritional meal
Packed with essential nutrients and vitamins
May be fed daily and satisfies all nutritional needs
Ideal for insect-eating reptiles, birds or tropical fish
Fluker's Gourmet - Style Crickets may be fed daily to insect eating reptiles, birds or tropical fish. Amount will vary depending on your pet. When feeding tropical fish or aquatic animals, do not feed more than they can consume in 5 minutes. Keep lid closed and refrigerated after opening.
These look nothing like crickets unless you look close. I guess the process they go through breaks them up into parts of crickets. Fortunately my Red Ear (Timmy) doesn't know the difference. Should be named Cricket Parts. Also they sink fast so you have to make sure your critter sees them on the way down or you will be retrieving them off the bottom.
Picky Gecko wouldn't eat
on Jul 4, 2018
unfortunately my gecko eats nothing but live food so she wouldn't eat this. Don't think its the product but the reptile
on Jan 21, 2018
My beardie enjoys these and it’s a great alternative to feeding him live crickets all the time.
on Jul 12, 2017
Although I LOVE Chewy and everything I can obtain through Chewy.... my African Fat Tailed Geckos (Titan and Pippin) prefer their crickets to be live and wiggling before they eat them. :-( they will not even eat them if I put them in a dish for them to snack on between live feedings. This may be just because they are used to having live food. Still recommend anyone to this site who needs pet products! WE LOVE CHEWY!
on Jun 3, 2017
My leopard gecko didn't like them. I'm sure they are great for some lizards but he didn't seem to like them. Bought them as a last resort sort of deal since all the pet stores near me didn't have superworms or mealworms at the time. He ended up eating one and then just stopped. They sort of have a weird smell to them.
Not Sure what to say so.....
on Jun 6, 2017
None of my fish would eat these. Not my Oscar, Puffers, African Chilids, I even tried putting them in the pond for the goldfish and coy. Nada. Not to mention that they smell really bad. Maybe I just have picky fish or maybe I got a bad can? Either way I won't be getting anymore.