These larvae resemble very large mealworms, about 1½ to 2¼ inches long. Once they reach adult size, the larvae pupate, and later emerge as large, black beetles. The larvae will not pupate if kept in a container with many other larvae, where they receive constant bodily contact.
Morio worms are readily accepted by lizards, turtles, frogs, salamanders, birds, Koi and other insectivorous animals. Their hard chitin may make them less suitable for arachnids and some predatory insects. Their nutritional values are similar to those of meal worms, so supplementation with calcium is necessary if they are used as a staple food item.
They are odor-free and can be easily contained with little to no risk of escapes, making them ideal for using at home to feed your pets.
- We operate from a state of the art breeding complex in the Calder Valley.
- We use only natural ingredients in our breeding programmes.
- We have many years experience in live food breeding.
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We only use top quality natural ingredients in our breeding process and only supply the freshest worms. We supply morio worms to the county's top live food wholesalers who insist on absolute quality. So you can rest assured when you buy direct from us, that you really are getting the freshest morio worms available.
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