I have a host of feeder and pet quality insects leftover from my boarded dragon, who sadly passed away.
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I have been breeding these colonies for years, but no longer have anything to feed them to - so they are overrunning the place!
I have available 3 containers (priced $15 each, firm)
- a mature, breeding colony of Dubia roaches, 7 males to 13 females. 3 of those females are pregnant and due to pop any day.
- 65 small, baby dubias born as of last week. They've already gone through their first molts and are eating voraciously.
- a mixed colony of mature Mario zophobas, 15 strong (Superworm/darkling beetle) and mature buffalo beetles, unknown amount (they are small scavengers, and unlike the large, poison-producing darkling beetles, are edible for a variety of reptiles and birds.) Along with about 20 superworms, (darkling beetle larva) and an unknown amount of buffalo beetle larva (also called "mini mealies") though I counted about 8.
I also have a container, priced at $8 firm, for 2 adult male Madagascar hissing cockroaches. They were meant to feed my now deceased tarantula, but have since become spoiled pets. They both have another year or so to live, so your choice if they are pets or feeders.
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