Calci Worms are the larvae of the Black Soldier Fly. They are unique in that they store calcium in their exoskeleton, giving them a high calcium content with the added benefit of an excellent calcium to phosphorus ratio; in fact, they can contain up to 60 times more calcium than commonly used feeder insects. The flies themselves also make excellent food, especially for arboreal animals such as Chameleons.
Calci Worms are ready to serve straight from their pot. There is no need to dust or gut load these insects before feeding to a pet, providing they are being used as part of a varied diet that includes insects supplemented with a good quality vitamin supplement.
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These tiny beetles (only 2-3mm long) make a nutritious alternative to fruit flies. They are ideal for small lizards, amphibians and invertebrates such a spiders or baby praying mantis.
Supplied as a culture containing adult beetles, along with beans containing feeding larvae.
They are a nutritious alternative to fruit flies, have a long shelf life producing weevils for several weeks, are completely non-aggressive (with no biting mouth parts) so are great for smaller species.
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Cockroaches are a great food, especially for larger animals. They are chunky and fast moving but are also soft bodied and palatable making them ideal for most species from spiders to bearded dragons.
These Cockroaches are a good alternative to crickets and locusts. They are Quick movers, stimulating the animal to feed and are readily eaten by spiders, bearded dragons, leopard geckos, chameleons and many more!
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Source: Peregrine Livefoods Ltd