Small Feeder Bugs
|Bright Orange Sow Bugs||Dwarf White Isopods (20 count)|
These colorful isopod sow bugs are excellent tank cleaners and food for some amphibians, etc.
Trichorhina tomentosa are very popular additions to amphibian tanks.
|Freshwater Amphipods||Giant Springtail Feeder Insects (50 Count)|
10 count culture of freshwater amphipods.
Great feeders for those animal pets requiring foods slightly smaller than than fruit flies.
|Green Banana Roaches (dozen nymphs)||Jungle Micropods|
Panchlora nivea, green banana roaches, are an attractive feeder species.
Jungle Micropods are often called Costa Rican Purple or dwarf isopods in the Amphibian feeder hobby. Express Mail required for live arrival guarantee.
|Little Kenyans (9 ct)||Pill Bugs Armadillidium spp. (15 count)|
A very small species gaining popularity as a feeder. Nine pack for $9.
AKA roly-poly bugs, potato bugs, isopods, woodlice, Armadillidium
|Repashy Hydro Load 3 oz.||Repashy Superfoods Bug Burger|
New! A must for culturing large numbers of feeder insects. Fortified with magnesium and calcium, this product eliminates the need for standing water. Makes 15 cups!
New! A complete diet for Crickets, Roaches, and other Insects.
|Repashy SuperLoad 3 oz.||Sow Bugs Gray Porcellio (15 ct.)|
New! Super concentrated gutloading formula increases nutritional value of feeder insects. Contains Calcium, trace elements,vitamins,carotenoids and other minerals. Requires no mixing.
Sow Bugs Gray Porcellio
|Springtails Feeder Insects (50 Count)||Turkistan Roaches 20 count|
Springtails are great feeders for those animal pets requiring foods smaller than fruit flies.
The "cricket replacement" feeder roach. Mixed size nymphs available in groups of a 20 for $10