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HOUSE CRICKET (Acheta domestica)

House crickets originally lived in southern Europe, northern Africa and in warm parts of Asia. They are now spread throughout the world. This brown-colored cricket measures 20-25 mm, its tentacles reaching a length of 30 mm. His wings folded back like the tail beyond the end of the abdomen...

FIELD CRICKET (Gryllus assimilis)

Field cricket can grow 28-32 mm, making it one of the major species. Its color is reddish brown. It has a large reproduction of a similar domestic cricket, but its nymphs grow rapidly. Field cricket is highly resistant to disease and, moreover, does not smell...

TWO-SPOTTED CRICKET (Gryllus bimaculatus)

Two-spotted cricket is native to southern Europe. Due to its size and attractive design it is a favorite feeding animals. With its length of 30-35 mm, it has robust appearance. Its color is black, on the cover the wings is evident in a pair of yellow spots. Cricket is active mainly at night...

MIGRATORY LOCUST (Locusta migratoria)

Migratory locust comes from Africa, Asia and southern Europe. Locusts belong to the orthopterous insect. The length of its body goes up to 8 cm. He wears a short antennae (with fewer than 30 cells), auditory organs are located on both sides of the first article of forming the bottom and developed hind legs are well adapted for jumping...

MEALWORM (Tenebrio molitor)

Mealworm is called the larva form of the mealworm beetle, a species of darkling beetle, ranking the perfect insect metamorphosis, going through four stages of development: egg, larva, pupa and adult. Larvae reach typically measure about 2.5 cm, while the adults around 1.25 to 1.8 cm...

SUPERWORM or ZOPHOBAS (Zophobas morio)

This worm, larval stage of a beetle representing a species of darkling beetle Brazil, is particularly widespread in South and North America. The body of the worm reaches a length of 3-3.5 cm. The adult beetle is large and black. Larva needs to their development about 3.5-4 months (rearing at 27-29° C)...

BLACK FUNGUS BEETLE (Alphitobius laevigatus)

Black Fungus Beetle (Alphitobius laevigatus) in its initial stage of beetle is 7- 8 mm long and has glossy black-brown elytra with longitudinal stripes. The larva of the black fungus beetle is called Buffalo worm and is yellow-brown in colour with a soft surface and is approximately 15 mm long....

GREATER WAX MOTH (Galleria melonella)

Greater Wax Moth (Galleria melonella) in its larval stage feeds on beeswax and pollen from the beehives. Larva can grow between 8-23 mm. The Wax Moth is an excellent supplementary food for terrarium animals, exotic insectivorous birds, fish and small insectivorous mammals...

DUBIA COCKROACH (Blaptica dubia)

The number of known species of cockroach is about 3 500. According to the development, cockroaches are among the oldest forms of flying insects and it is expected that they have lived 350 million years practically unchanged. Dubia cockroach comes from Argentina...

GIANT COCKROACH (Blaberus giganteus)

The number of known species of cockroach is about 3 500. According to the development, cockroaches are among the oldest forms of flying insects and it is expected that they have lived 350 million years practically unchanged. Giant cockroach comes from the tropics of Central and South America...