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Woodlice

A range of feeder and cleaner isopods

Woodlice cultures designed to form a colony

Used as a cleaner crew for bio-active enclosures

Also a great alternative treat for insect eating pets

Fast delivery available using a courier service

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Dwarf White Tropical Woodlice Culture

A smaller tropical species of soft-bodied woodlouse (Trichorina species) that grows to around 3mm long. They can be used as a food for smaller species of reptile and amphibian in forest type set ups. They eat any type of organic material and in the right bioactive set-up, they will breed prolifically and provide an ongoing food source as well as serving as part of the clean-up gang to consume waste and recycle nutrients.

  • Exceptional value for money
  • Super fast delivery for freshness
  • Also consumes waste recycling nutrients in the enclosure
  • Freshness guarantee as standard
  • Bioactive custodians
5 stars (2)
RRP £4.25
£2.83 inc VAT
RRP €4.87
€3.24 inc VAT
RRP $6.01
$4.00 inc VAT
RRP $7.79
$5.19 inc VAT
RRP DKK36.24
DKK24.13 inc VAT
RRP NOK46.59
NOK31.02 inc VAT
RRP SEK49.60
SEK33.03 inc VAT
RRP $7.74
$5.15 inc VAT
Giant Orange Woodlice Culture

Giant Orange Woodlice (Porcellio sp.) are one of the larger species of isopod commonly used as terrarium custodians or clean-up crew and live and breed well in bio-active set-ups.

As adults, they may attain a length of up to 18mm long. Giant Orange Woodlice are also useful as a livefood for many reptiles and amphibians and have the advantage of a high calcium content due to their calcarious exo-skeleton. If they are to be used as food, they are best served up in a smooth-sided dish in much the same way as mealworms or calci-worms.

To thrive and become established in the terrarium, they need to be in a constantly damp and humid microclimate which normally means that they hide away for much of the time under branches, rocks or within the substrate. They are supplied in tubs as a starter culture of various sizes.

  • Exceptional value for money
  • Super fast delivery for freshness
  • Also consumes waste recycling nutrients in the enclosure
  • Freshness guarantee as standard
  • Bioactive custodians
not yet reviewed (0)
RRP £4.25
£2.83 inc VAT
RRP €4.87
€3.24 inc VAT
RRP $6.01
$4.00 inc VAT
RRP $7.79
$5.19 inc VAT
RRP DKK36.24
DKK24.13 inc VAT
RRP NOK46.59
NOK31.02 inc VAT
RRP SEK49.60
SEK33.03 inc VAT
RRP $7.74
$5.15 inc VAT
Tropical Grey Woodlice Culture

A tropical species of soft-bodied woodlouse (Trichorina species) that grows to around 5mm long. They can be used as a food for smaller species of reptile and amphibian in forest type set ups. They eat any type of organic material and in the right bioactive set-up, they will breed prolifically and provide an ongoing food source as well as serving as part of the clean-up gang to consume waste and recycle nutrients.

This product is covered by our Livefood Freshness Guarantee

  • Exceptional value for money
  • Super fast delivery for freshness
  • Also consumes waste recycling nutrients in the enclosure
  • Freshness guarantee as standard
  • Bioactive custodians
5 stars (5)
RRP £4.25
£2.83 inc VAT
RRP €4.87
€3.24 inc VAT
RRP $6.01
$4.00 inc VAT
RRP $7.79
$5.19 inc VAT
RRP DKK36.24
DKK24.13 inc VAT
RRP NOK46.59
NOK31.02 inc VAT
RRP SEK49.60
SEK33.03 inc VAT
RRP $7.74
$5.15 inc VAT
Woodlice

Here at the Northampton Reptile Centre we understand that only the highest quality most nutritious woodlice are acceptable for use with your pet. That is why we have tried and tested many suppliers to find the most active and nutritious woodlice on the market.

Our woodlice are an excellent addition to many reptile, amphibian and birds diet. With a great nutritional content these woodlice are brilliant to help create a varied and complete diet. They are also perfect in forest style or naturalistic set ups as they will consume waste and recycle nutrients.