Well, I thought you wanted to feed the locusts as a snack? I find there isn't really a set and rigid rule as to how many insects to feed. It's not like if you feed one locust too many, they'll die of a protein overdose. There is such little protein in a single locust anyway that it really doesn't matter how many locusts you feed your gliders in a week, just don't over do it. Infact, some members on here don't feed any insects at all, and simply stick to accepted diets
like BML instated insect-free, rearing healthy gliders in the process.
The commercially available locusts I've fed were pretty meaty (about the length of my thumb), and I'd think two or three a day of those would be much. However, if they are small, then use your judgement. Everything in moderation. In the wild, there are seasons when insects are abundant and gliders will feast on them profusely, and then there are times when they are scarce. If you choose to feed two or three a day, try doing so for a few months then lay back on the locusts for awhile.
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