- Sun Jun 11, 2017 8:30 pm
You don't care for her... She is fully claustral and does not need food during this time. The supplier may put seed in just so the workers can feed when they hatch. You could offer a small bit of sugar water but this could result in her eating her own eggs due to stress. Best thing to do is just leave her alone in a quite place for a couple of months. Once she has workers you can feed them a small cricket leg or mealworm. For hibernation you can just leave them in a place where it is quite and will stay between 6-12 degree's. I keep mine in the Attic.
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