Chameleon Forums - Members discuss ways to keep cricket eggs warm when breeding them for feeders.
Cricket Care and Breeding
The Reptile Report - Frank Indiviglio has a helpful article up at Herp Nation on cricket care and breeding for the reptile world.
The Domestic, Brown or House Cricket, Acheta domesticus, is the most widely-used live food for reptiles, amphibians, tarantulas, scorpions and other pets. At once hardy and delicate, it eats just about anything and is easy to breed, yet a colony can be wiped out in hours if conditions are not perfect. Whether you need only to keep a few alive so that they can feed for several days (thereby increasing their nutritional value) or plan to save money by ordering in bulk or breeding your own crickets, die-offs can be avoided if you follow a few simple rules.
Read the full article after the jump.@ The Reptile Report
TarantulasUS.com - Watch as a Jamaican x domestic cricket chomps down on a toothpick—do not leave this cricket alone with a tarantula, or any other animal for which it is...
Arachnoboards - Take a look at the DIY set up with photos and instructions that a member put together for breeding crickets with no smell.
Australian Bearded Dragon - A user posts a very informative video that details husbandry and breeding information for Blaptica dubia roaches.
TortoiseForum.org - An excellent discussion about how to set your tortoise up if you have to leave home for a few days. Feed or not? Lights or no?