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post #1 of 9 Old 04-17-2011, 11:11 PM Thread Starter
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Mealworm dish for a bearded dragon

I mad a new dish to hold meal-worms for my Bearded Dragon.



It works great, keeps the meal-worms from crawling out!


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It's a nice looking bowl. Now that the meal worms can't get away, that dragon's going to need a tooth brush holder.

What kind of wood is that?

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Mealworm dish for a bearded dragon

Cute little bugger,nice bowl to looks like walnut,maybe ????

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It's a nice looking bowl. Now that the meal worms can't get away, that dragon's going to need a tooth brush holder.

What kind of wood is that?

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It is walnut.

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Those practical pieces are nice to see. Cool little bowl and dragon.

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Nice idea for your bowl there Slick.
When I first read the subject line, I thought someone had spammed up with a p*** site or something.

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cool little bowl and fills a need too.
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Nice idea for your bowl there Slick.
When I first read the subject line, I thought someone had spammed up with a p*** site or something.

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Lol no spam. Thanks.

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Those practical pieces are nice to see. Cool little bowl and dragon.
It works better then the store bought mealworm dishes. I should try to sell a few to the local pet stores they are small and made outta scraps.

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