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June 2015

We've made A Few changes to our Wiggly Waxworms!

By Rob 4 years ago

Waxworms (Galleria mellonella) are the larvae of the Greater Wax Moth and get their name because they are most commonly found in honeycombs of beeswax. Their soft body is easily digestible and very nutritious. They are rich in protein, moisture and fat, making them an even more juicy meal than mealworms.Please note these wax worms have been organically treated to ensure that they will not spin, so they will not cause any harm to bees or beehives.