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.
|Giant Springtail Feeder Insects (50 Count)||Green Banana Roaches|
Great feeders for those animal pets requiring foods slightly smaller than than fruit flies. Also, these clean up mold in tanks by providing janitorial duties.
Panchlora nivea. Small nymphs available (dozen nymphs $10). Okay for shipping to Florida.
|Insect Collecting Net||Little Kenyans (dozen)|
A low cost but effective butterfly net for catching various insects.
A very small species gaining popularity as a feeder. Dozen mixed size nymphs for $7.
|Pill Bugs Armadillidium spp. (15 count)||Repashy Hydro Load 3 oz.|
AKA roly-poly bugs, potato bugs, isopods, woodlice, Armadillidium
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!
|Repashy Superfoods Bug Burger||Repashy SuperLoad 3 oz.|
New! A complete diet for Crickets, Roaches, and other Insects.
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 (15 ct.)||Springtails Feeder Insects (50 Count)|
Sow Bugs Gray Porcellio
Springtails are great feeders for those animal pets requiring foods smaller than fruit flies.
|Turkistan Roaches 25 count|
The "cricket replacement" feeder roach. Mixed size nymphs available in a group of 25 for $10. (back Wed/Thurs)