Cold Weather Update: All UK orders of livestock will include a free heat-pack, when the night-time temperatures are forecasted to drop below 5C° for the safety of the animals!

Follow us on Instagram!

Stay up to date with the latest deals and photos from my breeding projects!

Our Instagram Page
  • Larva - the feeding stage

    The job of the larva is to eat and eat and eat. Food eaten at this time is stored as fats and larvae can grow 2000x their size during this stage.

  • Pupa - the transition stage

    When the larva is fully grown, it stops eating and becomes a pupa. It may look like nothing is going on but big changes are happening inside.

  • Adult - the reproductive stage

    The larva's job was to eat. The adult's job is now to mate and lay eggs. Most species of adult beetles get energy from tree sap and ripe fruits.

1 of 3