Tender, plump, nutritious – waxworms are a tasty treat for even the most finicky herp!
Waxworms are a fantastic way to provide more natural diversity to your pet’s diet. The grub-type larvae of the greater bee moth, waxworms are an easy to digest delicacy for your pet that’s easy for you to store. You’ll love your pet’s reaction when you offer these tempting treats.
Your Waxworms are shipped in a box containing egg crate. The worms should be transferred to a plastic container. Drill a liberal number of holes in the lid of the container, and fill it with about 1” of mealworm bedding or pine shavings. Add your worms, and then layer another 1” of bedding over the top. Waxworms can be stored for a couple of weeks at 55 degrees. The ideal place for them is in the butter tray of your refrigerator – it stays just warm enough there! If this isn’t possible, then it’s better to keep them at room temperature with low humidity than it is to store them in a refrigerator that is colder than 40 degrees.
Waxworms have entered a stage in their life cycle where they will no longer consume food. They are living off the fat supplies in their bodies, so the longer they live, the smaller they will become. Remove any dead (black) Waxworms from your container as you keep them.
Ingredients:100% natural, American-made, farm-raised waxworms.
Guaranteed Analysis:Moisture 62.6%, Fat 20.4%, Protein 15.8%, Ash 0.8%, Other 0.4%.
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