Flightless fruit flies have been genetically altered so that they cannot fly, so you don't need to worry about escaped flies buzzing around your head or about your pet's inability to catch flying flies. They are completely flightless and harmless.
All insects need a good source of water to stay healthy and active. United Reptiles Insect Water provides perfectly sizes chunks of very high moisture, naturally made Gel Bites. No more water bowls, no more sponges, and most importantly no more dehydrated bugs.
New from United Reptiles Dried Calci Worms (black soldier fly larvae) offer your pets an all natural calcium rich treat. These Calci Worms are high in protein to support strong and healthy growth.
Black soldier fly larvae are considered the best new alternative for incorporating calcium and protein into an animal's diet. During its larva phase, the black soldier fly feeds off various kinds of organic material, converting this to proteins. This is why Calci Worms have such a high nutritional value. The variety of natural colors are eye-catching to all animals and the great taste will keep them coming back for more!
Excellent for Backyard Chickens, Bluebirds, Sugar Gliders, Hedgehogs, Squirrels, Skunks, Reptiles, and other insect eating animals.
Calci Worms are naturally sun-dried to maintain their nutritional value and store for a year or longer. No refrigeration necessary! Excellent source of protein & suitable for sugar gliders, hedgehogs, wild birds, chickens, turtles, tropical fish, reptiles and other insect eating animals.
Crickets (Acheta domesticus) are insects with distant relations to the grasshopper, and are found almost all over the world! Crickets can range in size, and we offer 5 sizes from pin heads to adults. These insects are an excellent source of protein and are very easily “gut-loaded” with calcium and other important vitamins for your pets, just check out our cricket analysis:
JurassiCal™ is a concentrated (400,000 ppm) phosphorus free source of calcium for reptiles and amphibians. Herbivorous and carnivorous diets are frequently calcium deficient and phosphorus rich. Thus, it is of no benefit to use a calcium supplement containing phosphorus. Ideally the dietary calcium to phosphorus (Ca:P) ratio should be no less than 1.2:1 and is ideally maintained from 2:1 up to 8:1 (depending on the species)*. Lack of calcium in the diet can lead to metabolic bone disease and shell deformities and soft shells in turtles and tortoises.