How To Breed Superworms: Complete Practical Guide

Superworms are a popular feeder insect that you can use to feed many different pets, like reptiles, amphibians, hedgehogs, rodents, tarantulas, and praying mantises. In many countries, superworms — also called Morio worms or king worms in some countries — are rather cheap food as well. But it is not always that easy to have…

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Easy springtail breeding: I never buy them again

White springtails (Collembola sp.) are useful insects and a great addition to a nutritious diet for small frogs, fish, small geckos and other small insectivores. Alongside being a proper food source, springtails are also very useful as clean-up crew and can be the janitors of your terrarium, vivarium or paludarium. Springtails are detritivores which means…

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What is the easiest feeder insect to breed?

You probably have considered breeding your own feeder insects. Wishing that you never have to buy your staple feeders for your animal again. But there is so much choice which feeder insect you should breed, and wondering how difficult it actually is. So let’s first discuss what feeder insect is the easiest to breed and…

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How to breed dubia roaches (practical how-to guide)

Dubia roaches are very popular feeder insects. These roaches, also called Guyana orange spotted cockroaches, make an excellent food source. They are nutritious, large-sized and very well accepted by most animals. You can buy them at many suppliers, and they can often deliver it in large and constant quantities. However, have you ever considered breeding…

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How To Breed Feeder Locusts (Practical How-To Guide)

Feeder insects are essential for many bug species kept as pets. There are many different feeder insects available, such as crickets, cockroaches, mealworms, superworms, fruit flies, to name a few. Locusts are a perfect feeder insect to add to the list. They are the largest live feeder insect, and it provides excellent nutrition to the…

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