Low in fat and rich in calcium, the phoenix worm is on the market today, the worm that has the most calcium (along with the earthworm).
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Live insects / frozen rodents - Pick up in store the same day. An email will be sent when the order is ready. Orders not picked up during the day will be canceled and there will be no refund.
Excellent for growing babies, not to mention it is a great choice for females during the laying period. Always on the move, he is adored by reptiles, amphibians, arachnids, fish and birds.
With its maximum size of 3/4 of an inch it is easily stored, just by placing the purchase container at a temperature of 12 to 15 C.
Depending on the size of the worm, it remains dormant for 1 to 4 weeks. To serve the worms, simply return them to room temperature at home while they wake up and then serve.
Phoenix worms are:
A rich source of calcium
Harmless (cannot jump or escape)
Move slowly (all chances of getting caught)
Easy to swallow.
Cannot hurt or bite your reptile
No smell or noise
Ideal for smaller animals