Zophobus Morio, commonly known as Superworms, are the hard-bodied larvae of the darling beetle. Easy to pupate and very inexpensive to buy and keep, superworms make a great simple study for students. Larvae do not spin but simply shed their hard casing, only to pupate, sit and wait for beetle development. Superworms are truly fascinating to watch.
They make great crunchy treats for most animals.
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can grow up to 2.25" in length
Note: As with any species, do not feed an exclusive diet of only one insect. In the wild, all animals that feed on insects will eat 50 or more varieties, giving the animal a varied vitamin and mineral intake. As pet owners or breeders, we must approximate the feeding habits and the best way to do this is by feeding an exotic mix of bugs.