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Places To Buy Slugs?
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Old 06-17-2011, 05:16 PM   #11
Here in the PNW we have some huge slugs. I'd be happy to give you as many as you like. LOL These buggars are everywhere in the spring here.
Old 06-17-2011, 06:17 PM   #12
Would you like me to grab a few for you the next time I see some? They usually come out after a good rain. I used to raise snails and I know there are snail/slug lover forums out there that could probably tell you how to breed them.
Old 06-17-2011, 06:41 PM   #13
I would appreciate any and all. I wonder how one would ship slugs? Thank you everyone! Goose the box turtle and Fish the western painted will love you forever.
Old 09-28-2023, 06:43 PM   #14
I actually do sell slugs by the dozen. They vary from 1.5 to 4 inches. Measuring a slug is not an exact science because they can contract themselves into a very short and fat critter when they feel threatened or even when they get cold
Old 09-28-2023, 06:44 PM   #15
I sell slugs for domestic shipping only. They are packaged well and delivered by FedEx
Old 09-28-2023, 06:48 PM   #16
Originally Posted by pridecity View Post
I'm trying to expand out my feeder bug collection. I'm sure there are several of my reptiles who would love to have some slugs, especially my turtles. Because both of my turtles are native to Colorado, I'm looking for local species if possible. I'm looking more specifically for Agriolimax reticulatus, the Grey Garden slug.

Does anyone know where I can find live slugs for feeders? If a place sells Agriolimax reticulatus, that would be great. I really don't want to have to find some from the wild because of risk of pesticides and, frankly, I've never seen a slug here in my life.

Also, do you think bearded dragons and leopard geckos could eat slugs?

On further research, Deroceras reticulatum would also work.
I sell slugs to people for all sorts of reasons. Some use them as live bait for fishing and others for feeding purposes. They do have a heavy slime so they need to be handled while wearing disposable gloves otherwise it takes serious hand washing. They also carry diseases that can make us ill so I definitely take the gloved route

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