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    It looks like Tapatalk scaled the image so much that it's been rendered entirely useless.
    A simple link to the actual resource would have made for a more useful post.

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    My beardies wont touch fruit or vegetables at all, and ive tried it all. Crickets, woodies, mealworms (now and then) and silkworms. Coated in vitamin powder (which is not their favourite taste) but they love calcium powder

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    Quote Originally Posted by trevlyn View Post
    My beardies wont touch fruit or vegetables at all, and ive tried it all. Crickets, woodies, mealworms (now and then) and silkworms. Coated in vitamin powder (which is not their favourite taste) but they love calcium powder
    that is because calcium has a sweet taste ,a member once asked me to tell her what they tasted like so being a bloke I tasted the calcium and vitamin powders!
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    I know that respectfully Beutiful Dragons has been the "go to LIst' for many many years now but a lot of the nutritional value is outdated or incorrect, not to mention that if you specialize in dietics and work closely with vets a lot of the information on that list is old practice that has long since been revamped and shuffled around to make way for better sources of nutrients and a better varient to the diet to provide for optimal nutrient intake. I know that it has been lizard law so to speak for a very long time but in the research that we have been doing as a team of us for months now, complete with vet and reptile specialists in nutrition the findings on that list are outdated, and hold a lot of inaccurate information.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dozer View Post
    I know that respectfully Beutiful Dragons has been the "go to LIst' for many many years now but a lot of the nutritional value is outdated or incorrect, not to mention that if you specialize in dietics and work closely with vets a lot of the information on that list is old practice that has long since been revamped and shuffled around to make way for better sources of nutrients and a better varient to the diet to provide for optimal nutrient intake. I know that it has been lizard law so to speak for a very long time but in the research that we have been doing as a team of us for months now, complete with vet and reptile specialists in nutrition the findings on that list are outdated, and hold a lot of inaccurate information.
    If you know of a better,more up to date list we'd be happy to know of it
    slave to all my reptiles

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    I am currently one of a few researchers assisting a rescue in Canada compile a comprehensive study that will be ready for publication soon, once it is up and going I will definately post it. It has been months of mulitiple research partners and interviews and breaking down numerous scientific studies with over one hundred reference points... long story short I can't see straight and all I want to do is switch place with my dragon. His habitat is big enough. I can crawl inside. Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dozer View Post
    I am currently one of a few researchers assisting a rescue in Canada compile a comprehensive study that will be ready for publication soon, once it is up and going I will definately post it. It has been months of mulitiple research partners and interviews and breaking down numerous scientific studies with over one hundred reference points... long story short I can't see straight and all I want to do is switch place with my dragon. His habitat is big enough. I can crawl inside. Lol.
    What the ??

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