The larvae will morph into pupae and hatch if you want flies, you can choose maggots(larvae) or Pupae
About Blue Bottle Fly larvae What will eat them? Bluebottle Fly Spikes are a great option for any insectivorous reptile or amphibian but are especially loved by...
geckos, anoles, bearded dragons, chameleons, tree frogs, as well as invertebrates, spiders and praying mantis, birds, and even tropical fish!
How to Feed blue Bottle Fly Spikes can be fed using a feeding dish, or individually with feeding tongs.
How to Store blue Bottle Fly Spikes should be kept in the fridge, as they do well in temperatures between 33F and 40F. Keep spikes stored on the damp sawdust they’re packaged with for longer shelf life. Benefits Low Fat Contains Calcium Contains Protein Odorless 5-10mm in length when sold Read more
Maggots are shipped in pine shavings and will last 1 month if refrigerated. Maggots must be refrigerated. Once maggots are removed from the refrigerator they can be used right away or allowed to sit at room temperature to pupate to hatch into flies
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