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Confused Flour Beetle (Tribolium confusum)

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The confused flour beetle are a common grain pest. They average 3mm long and a female can lay 100 to 200 eggs in her lifetime. This is a set it and forget it type of feeder. The larvae are great for poison dart frogs, newts, salamanders, fish, amphibians, and other reptiles that like smaller prey. The larvae are the most common feeder as the beetles have a bitter taste. It takes some time to get the culture growing enough to feed out of it. So just order some of our Confused Flour Beetle food that has everything your culture will require, add it to a plastic shoe box container you can purchase from us or any local store and drop in the culture. They do not require any water source although some people like to give them a tiny piece of potato from time to time for moisture. We personally do not. We just keep them on our Flour Beetle food and have excellent production rates.

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