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Bean Beetles (Callosobruchus maculatus)

  • Fresh Culture
  • Beginning to Produce (Approximately 3-5 Weeks)
RRP:
$9.99
Your Price:
$7.99 (You save $2.00)
Weight:
1.00 LBS
Shipping:
Calculated at checkout
Current Stock:
9943
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Product Description

Bean Beetles are a pest species of weevil in the United States that are known to bore into beans and ruin entire crops. They are a great feeder insect for poison dart frogs, amphibians, fish, and other pets that eat small prey.

CAN NOT BE SHIPPED TO HAWAII! HAWAII DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE PLANT QUARANTINE BRANCH REFUSES ENTRY!

We have successfully been able to ship Bean Beetles to Puerto Rico.

Bean Beetles are the best thing to happen to you. You will be so glad you gave them a try and may even decide to abandon Flightless Fruit Flies all together. You will receive a 32oz Culture (unless we run out of cups and are waiting on our order)! We do our best to send a producing culture or one that will be producing soon. We can't always guarantee that you will receive a producing culture. The beetles only live so long once they emerge. So sometimes cultures that were freshly made have to be sent. Sometimes on arrival the beetles that were used to start the culture may be dead. Rest assured though the culture will explode in a few weeks at room temperature. These are the ultimate Fruit Fly Replacement! When cultures produce theirs sometimes condensation buildup on the inside walls of the cups. The condensation will run down the walls onto the beans. This can cause mold on the beans. Drying the walls can help, but theirs not much you can do to stop it when so many beetles are growing in such a small space produce heat.

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