Black Soldier Fly Larvae
These larvae have the ability to prevent Metabolic Bone Disease, caused by 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 and don't make noise or give off 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 to 55 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