Small Feeder Bugs
|Bright Orange Sow Bugs||Dwarf Purple Isopods|
These colorful isopod sow bugs are excellent tank cleaners and food for some amphibians, etc.
Often called Costa Rican Purple or dwarf isopods in the Amphibian feeder hobby. A non-burrowing dwarf species.
|Dwarf White Isopods (20 count)||Freshwater Amphipods|
Trichorhina tomentosa are very popular additions to amphibian tanks.
10 count culture of freshwater amphipods.
|Green Banana Roaches||Insect Collecting Net|
Panchlora nivea. Small nymphs available (dozen nymphs $10). Okay for shipping to Florida.
A low cost but effective butterfly net for catching various insects.
|Little Kenyans (dozen)||Pill Bugs Armadillidium spp. (15 count)|
A very small species gaining popularity as a feeder. Dozen mixed size nymphs for $7.
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 25 count|
Springtails are great feeders for those animal pets requiring foods smaller than fruit flies. They also perform cleaning duties.
The "cricket replacement" feeder roach. Mixed size nymphs available in a group of 25 for $10.