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As an occasional feeder, yes, they are terribly high in fat (54% give or take).

And for anyone wondering, the moths they become aren't much better... I have taken them out of my mantids diet altogether. They aren't bad as an occasional feeder, I just had no reason to raise them (they reproduce like crazy) if I didn't use them enough.

The moths do not eat, therefore they are empty except what their body itself contains, making them virtually void of useful nutrition, in my opinion.


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