Not really sure where to ask this, anyway one of my crested gecko vivs has got a serious population explosion of little tiny flies ( not fruit flies) but maybe skuttle flies if thats the right name and most effective pest control in sydney
. The viv is heavily planted with a bio substrate so i dont want to disturb it. I'm thinking of trying some kind of biological pest control but not sure what to use as it will probably end up as the crestie's lunch
,,,thinking of introducing some wolf spiders with no expense spared lol as these little flies spend most of their time on the bottom,, what do ya all think ??
Wolf spiders are extremely fast and built for hunting; this means they don’t rely on webs for catching prey. The wolf spider is distinguishable by its giant body and a large tan stripe running the length of its carapace (the portion closest that looks like the spiders head), with black or brown on both sides. They have furry legs and are often confused with the nursery web spider. During warmer seasons, they can often be seen running around carrying large egg sacs at the rear end. Wolf spiders are diurnal, meaning they hunt during the day or night.