Last Updated on July 11, 2021 by cmoarz
Mealworms can make a nice addition to the diet of a Pacman frog. Larger ones can’t eat the mealworms exclusively, but they can be part of the diet. Remember to gut load them before feeding to your frogs.
Everyone knows amphibians love insects, so it shouldn’t come as a shock that Pacman frogs also enjoy the occasional mealworm.
Smaller Pacman frogs can and should eat mealworms as part of their diet. They can make a nice addition for those who want an occasional treat for their pet and don’t mind preparing it first! Remember to gut load the insects so that they are more nutritious than what you find in store-bought containers.
As adults, they will require more nutrients and protein than mealworms can provide. Very large Pacman frogs like to eat smaller rodents, fish, and birds. Mealworms can make a nice addition to the diet of these frogs, but not as an exclusive food source!
Mealworms and super worms are also very high in fat content which isn’t good to always be giving your frogs.
It can lead to obesity and can cause other health problems such as joint pain and can also lead to a vitamin A deficiency.
It is always important to gut load the mealworms so that they are nutritious for your pet frog.
Protein can also be a problem. Mealworms can only contain so much protein, and it can cause your Pacman frog to become malnourished if they’re not getting enough from their diet.