Hornworms will be cupped with food, these will be small/medium in size.
Hornworms are extremely healthy for reptiles, amphibians, fish and birds. They are high in calcium, low in fat, low in chitin and have an extremely soft exoskeleton so your animal.
Hornworms can be fed consistently to a degree, however we never recommend feeding hornworms to your pet as a primary diet. As long as the diet of your reptile has a higher consistancy of dubia roaches than hornworms, your pet will be fine. When you are not offering food that is higher in protein and fiber while feeding off hornworms, it will result in runny stools. When your pet eats both dubia roaches and hornworms in a uniform manner, these foods will result in a more balanced diet.