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Black Soldier Fly eggs 1g (Self Starting Kit)

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High quality black soldier fly eggs (self starting kit)

Handling black soldier fly eggs requires experience and specific skill sets. Please contact us so we can discuss about it to ensure your success !!!
‚ÄčThis is the most cost-effective way to boost your existing BSF colony. Do not use this product to start a colony, as the neonates are very fragile and living with larger larvae can hinder survival. Once hatched, you will be able to see a decent working population of black soldier fly larvae within a week. Purchasing BSF in the egg stage of their life cycle allows you to control what they consume from birth, depending on your purposes.


PLEASE NOTE:
+ Calculation of number of eggs is based on the the weight of the individual egg to be 0.027mg. 1 gram contains ~37,000 eggs.
+ 10% more will always be included in your package to ensure your satisfaction.
+ Hatching black soldier fly eggs is a delicate procedure, and high risk of failure is a factor to consider.

An adult female lays between 206 and 639 eggs at a time. These eggs are typically deposited in crevices or on surfaces above or adjacent to decaying matter such as manure or compost and hatch in about 4 days. Freshly emerged larvae are 1.0 millimetre (0.04 in), being able to reach a length of 25 millimetres (1 in) and weight of 0.10 to 0.22 grams (1.5 to 3.4 gr) by the end of larval stage. The larvae are able to feed on a wide variety of organic matter, adapting to diets with different nutrient content.The larval stage lasts from 18 to 36 days, depending on the food substrates provided to the larvae,of which the postfeeding (prepupal) stage lasts around 7 days.The length of larval stage can be delayed by months due to low temperature or lack of food. The pupal stage lasts from 1 to 2 weeks. Adults can live typically 47 to 73 days when provided with water and food, such as sugar in captivity or nectar in the wild,or survive for about 8 to 10 days on fat reserves gathered during larval stage when water is provided.

This product comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY!  - NO refund - NO free replacement !!!