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Waxworms
(Galleria Mellonella)

Wax moths produce larvae called waxworms. They are found naturally in and around the honeycomb of beeswax. The waxworms that get into the honeycomb can destroy the beehive. Although bee keepers may not like the waxworms, there are others who love them.  Today waxworms are commercially grown to keep up with the demand of the consumers. There are many pet owners who feed nutritional waxworms to their pets. Blue birds, hedge hogs, frogs, salamanders, turtles, lizards and a variety of other animals are just to name a few that eat waxworms. Waxworms provide a high protein content that is essential for the diet of your favorite pet. If you would like to attract wild birds, waxworms can really make the difference. There is a variety of wild birds like wood peckers, orioles, waxwings, blue jays, cardinals, and robins that would just love to get their beaks around a plump juicy waxworm. By feeding wild birds waxworms you may be able to keep them around all year. Anglers also love the waxworms for fishing because they are great bait that catches fish. These creamy white larvae are an irresistible treat for panfish like bluegill, perch and crappie. Inland trout and Great Lakes trout also eat waxworms. The whitefish fishing in the Green Bay area this past winter has also been fantastic this year with waxworms. Waxworms are very easy to keep alive, simply by keeping them in the refrigerator around 40 degrees you should be able to keep them dormant for weeks if needed. It may take 10 minutes to warm them up enough to start moving around again. The most important thing to remember is donít let the waxworms freeze. We sell our waxworms in bulk to save you money. If you decide to buy waxworms in bulk you will also save time by not having to drive to the store once a day to get pet food or live bait. When storing your bulk waxworms you wonít need to feed them because they will be dormant and living off their fat supplies stored in their body. Our bulk waxworms are packed 250 per container with guaranteed live delivery. Customers can also save on shipping cost by combining orders with your friends and neighbors.

 

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WAX WORMS 250 Count 500 Count 1000 Count
$10.00
IN STOCK
$17.00
IN STOCK
$30.00
IN STOCK

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