Live wax moth larvae
In the store we have weekly fresh wax moth larvae but limited in stock, you want to be sure that you do not miss wrong then you can best order them in time or separately.
Shipping is at your own risk. Are only sent from Monday to Wednesday because we can not guarantee the freshness otherwise. Because we can not promise during the sending that no larvae will die, we always add a few extras.
The caterpillar of the wax moth is excellent food for birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish. Wax moths are easy to digest and are protein and energy rich. They have a low chitin content and therefore more digestible for many bird species. These insect larvae are also very popular as a fishing bait for, for example, Trout. The caterpillar of the wasmot is mainly known under the name 'bee larva' among anglers. This name owes the larvae to the fact that they live on honey and wax.
The washing mugs can be stored in the supplied packaging. You can possibly give a piece of honey dipped in honey as extra food if you want to keep them longer.