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Aminobolan vial 25ml
The key ingredient to approximate the honeydew excreted by aphids. Depending on the species' preference add between 10 to 25% Aminobolan to a 50:50 honey-water mix.
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Beetlejelly banana cup
Beetlejelly is originally created to feed nectarivorous/fructivorous adult horn beetles in captivity. The base is agar-agar which provides it its proteins.
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Beetlejelly banana cup, 10 pieces
Beetlejelly is originally created to feed nectarivorous/fructivorous adult horn beetles in captivity. The base is agar-agar which provides it its proteins.
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Beetlejelly sugar cup, 10 pieces
Beetlejelly is originally created to feed nectarivorous/fructivorous adult horn beetles in captivity. The base is agar-agar which provides it its proteins.
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Beetlejelly honey cup
Beetlejelly is originally created to feed nectarivorous/fructivorous adult horn beetles in captivity. The base is agar-agar which provides it its proteins.
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Beetlejelly honey cup, 10 pieces
Beetlejelly is originally created to feed nectarivorous/fructivorous adult horn beetles in captivity. The base is agar-agar which provides it its proteins.
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Beetlejelly strawberry multifruit cup
Beetlejelly is originally created to feed nectarivorous/fructivorous adult horn beetles in captivity. The base is agar-agar which provides it its proteins.
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Beetlejelly strawberry multifruit cup, 10 pieces
Beetlejelly is originally created to feed nectarivorous/fructivorous adult horn beetles in captivity. The base is agar-agar which provides it its proteins.
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Cockroach Chow, 2 kilograms
An inhouse recipe for feeding Redrunners and Dubias. The powder format allows the cockroaches to consume it quicker and not drag it away, keeping their setup much cleaner.
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Cockroach Chow, 300 grams
An inhouse recipe for feeding Redrunners and Dubias. The powder format allows the cockroaches to consume it quicker and not drag it away, keeping their setup much cleaner.
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Cockroach Chow 30gr sample
An inhouse recipe for feeding Redrunners and Dubias. The powder format allows the cockroaches to consume it quicker and not drag it away, keeping their setup much cleaner.
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Dubias mixed size, 100 grams
About 20 or so adults and another 100 nymphs of various sizes, packaged in a reusable plastic box.
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Dubias mixed size, 1 kilogram (cardboard box)
At this quantity you'll have enough to keep a dozen or more ant colonies fed while tailoring the dubia size to each colony.
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Dubias mixed size, 250 grams (cardboard box)
This is a healthy amount of Dubias if you are looking to start your own breeding colony.
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Egg cartons, 5 pieces
Commonly used material to put into bins for cockroach colonys. If the setup is kept dry (which it should), these can last for many months before wearing out
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Honeydew surrogate 10ml
When you don't need a lot of honeydewsurrogate or don't like to go through the trouble of making sure everything is kept sterile. Make sure to store in the fridge!
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Honeydew surrogate 50ml
When you don't need a lot of honeydewsurrogate or don't like to go through the trouble of making sure everything is kept sterile. Make sure to store in the fridge!
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Morio mealworms, 50 grams
A very efficient way to feed large colonies with a lot of brood. This weight contains about 60 to 70 larvae and can be kept 'fresh' to be fed for several weeks.
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Morio adult beetles, 25 pieces
Since it can take almost half a year from egg to adult Morio beetle and getting adult larvae to succesfully pupate can be tricky, we offer cheap adults to kickstart your breeding colony with.
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Redrunner ootheca, 50 pieces
For people that like to start their Redrunner colony from the beginning, or need them reliably shipped across the world. Yields 600 to 1000 nymphs in about 3 weeks (hatch them at 30 °C).
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Redrunners mix, 40 grams
A mix of Redrunners in all sizes. This is a good start for setting up a small breeding colony when you only need to keep a few small ant kolonies fed.
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Redrunners size 1, 5 grams
These youngest Redrunner nymphs still have a thin exoskeleton and are perfect for feeding starting colonies of small ants inside test tubes. A convenient, freezable alternative to fruitflies.
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Redrunners size 1, 25 grams
These youngest Redrunner nymphs still have a thin exoskeleton and are perfect for feeding starting colonies of small ants inside test tubes. A convenient, freezable alternative to fruitflies.
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Redrunners size 2, 10 grams
Redrunners at this size provide a decent meal for larger test tube colonies, while also the perfect size for small, solitary hunting ant species.
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Redrunners size 2, 50 grams
Redrunners at this size provide a decent meal for larger test tube colonies, while also the perfect size for small, solitary hunting ant species.
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Redrunners size 3, 15 grams
These nymphs are about the maximum size suitable for feeding in a testtube. A good prey for medium hunters and what cooperating small ants can still transport.
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Redrunners size 3, 50 grams
These nymphs are about the maximum size suitable for feeding in a testtube. A good prey for medium hunters and what cooperating small ants can still transport.
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Redrunners size 4, 15 grams
Medium-sized nymphs mostly in their 4th instar. Their exoskeleton is still reasonably thin and doesn't give a lot of thrash. The best choice for large solitary hunters.
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Redrunners size 4 & 5, 10 grams
Adult Redrunners and last-instar nymphs (and possibly some oothecas). At this size they need enough space to reduce stress. Sold adults are never old breeding stock.
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Redrunners size 4 & 5, 1 kilogram (cardboard box)
Adult Redrunners and last-instar nymphs (and possibly some oothecas). At this size they need enough space to reduce stress. Sold adults are never old breeding stock.
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Redrunners size 4 & 5, 250 grams (cardboard box)
Adult Redrunners and last-instar nymphs (and possibly some oothecas). At this size they need enough space to reduce stress. Sold adults are never old breeding stock.
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Redrunners size 4 & 5, 40 grams
Adult Redrunners and last-instar nymphs (and possibly some oothecas). At this size they need enough space to reduce stress. Sold adults are never old breeding stock.
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Redrunners size 4, 50 grams
Medium-sized nymphs mostly in their 4th instar. Their exoskeleton is still reasonably thin and doesn't give a lot of thrash. The best choice for large solitary hunters.
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Seed mix Messor adult, 100 grams
Once a Messor colony gets going, they can eat an amazing amount of seeds. This amount should keep even an adult colony busy for a while.
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Seed mix Messor adult, 35 grams
Most people simply give their Messor birdseed. A shame because those typically don't have a lot of variation nor do Messor like all the same seeds that birds do.
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Seed mix Messor adult, 8 grams
Most people simply give their Messor birdseed. A shame because those typically don't have a lot of variation nor do Messor like all the same seeds that birds do.
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Seed mix Messor pre-major, 8 gram
A mix specifically put together for juvenile Messor colonies that don't have the labor yet to crack larger seeds. A single bag of this is typically enough food to get to that next step.
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Seed mix Tetramorium, 8gr
Many people overlook that Tetramorium is primarily a granivorous ant. Their preferred seeds however differs from that of Messor so they require their own mix of seeds.