Black Soldier Fly Larvae
Black Soldier Fly Larvae have a high calcium content in comparison to many other live feeders.
- These larvae have the ability to help prevent Metabolic Bone Disease, which is caused by a calcium deficiency, in reptiles and amphibians.
- A great added bonus is that these feeders require minimal care!
- These feeders do not need to be fed to stay alive, don't make noise, and give off no odors!
- Keep at room temperature, and add a few drops of water when the provided substrate becomes dry.
- If you plan to use the larvae after two weeks or later, store them in a closed lid container (with some ventilation) in a cool place (NOT in standard refrigerator!) 50-55°F degrees is ideal. Allow them to warm up at room temperature for about 10-15 minutes before feeding to your animal.
- Moisture 73.2%
- Crude Protein 57%
- Calcium 3.14%
- Phosphorus 1.28%
- Ca:P 2.5:1