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Livefood from £1.68 a tub! Sourced from one of the UK top Livefood wholesalers! High quality at unbeatable prices!



Pre Pack Standard Tubs

Crickets Browns and Blacks all sizes micro 500 per tub small 250 per tub , medium 125 per tub, standard 100 per tub, large 50 and x-tra large adults 25 per tub.

Brown Crickets all sizes £1.68
Black Crickets all sizes £1.68

Worms / Beetles / Flies Various:
Mealworms 20-30mm £1.68
Giant mealworms 40-60mm £1.68
Mini mealworms 10-15mm £1.68
Buffalo worms 8-12mm £1.68
Wax worms x50 5-20mm £1.75 See bulk pack section for other options on wax worms
Fruit Beetle grubs 15-30mm £2.20
Lob worms 90-150 £1.68
Red worms 50-100 £1.68
Mixed small worms 20-50 £1.68
Fruit Fly £1.68
Curly Wing flies £1.68

Locusts: Standard Tubs all £1.75 each
Small x 20
Medium x10
Large x8
X-tra large x6
Adults x5

Locusts: Tubs Large pre-Pack all £3.10 each

Small x 40
Medium x20
Large x15
X-tra large x12
Adults x10



Bulk Packs 500 per bag

Brown Crickets 500 per bag :
x-large 20-30mm / Adult £13.20
Large 15-20mm £7.50
Standard 12-18mm £6.50
Medium 8-12mm £6.20


Black Crickets 500 per bag
X-Large 20-30mm / Adult £13.75
Std/large 12-20mm £11.70
Medium 7-12mm £7.75

Bulk Packs 1000 per bag


Brown Crickets 1000 per bag
x-large 20-30mm / Adult £21.50
Large 15-20mm £14.00
Standard 12-18mm £12.00
Medium 8-12mm £11.50
Med/small 6-8mm £6.65
Small 4-5mm £5.80



Black Crickets 1000 per bag:
x-large 20-30mm Adult £21.50
Std/Large 12-20 £18.75
Medium 7-12mm £13.20
Med/small 5-8mm £10.87
Small 4-5mm £9.15


Bulk Pack Locusts 100 per bag
Adults 60-80mm £21.50
x-large 35-50mm £16.15
Large 20-35mm £13.98
Medium 12-20mm £10.35
Small 10-12mm £9.85


Mealworms size Regular 20-30mm
500g £6.35
1kg £10.50
2kg £19.50
5kg £45.50
10kg £85


Mini Mealworms 10-15mm
500g £12.20
1kg £22
2kg £39.70
5kg £91

Giant Mealworms: Morios 40-60mm
500g £11.45
1kg £21.85
2kg £39.70
5kg £91

Buffalo Worms 8-12mm
500g £13.50
1kg £25
2kg £46.70
5kg £97

Waxworms 15-20mm
50 £1.75
100 £3.15
250 £5.70
1000 £21.50

Lobster Cockroaches: Ideal for the majority of reptiles: high protein, soft bodied, low chitin content, do not smell, Livebearers and prolific and will not bite your herp! Easy to care for and culture. Care guide given.


Lobster Roach Prices:

25 £3.50

50 £6.00

100 £10.80

200 £20.80

300 £30 Ideal starter culture size!

Larger quantities available, please email for details.

Bean Weevils: Protein packed ideal for baby lizards, chameleons, amphibians etc. Easy to culture, no work Involved and highly prolific.
Starter culture tubs £2.00 each
Medium size tubs £3.25
Extra large tubs £3.85

Multi Purchase Discount: Only applies to Locusts and Crickets:
Buy 5 bags or more of a 100 locusts any size and receive 12% discount
Buy 5 bags or more of Bulk 1000 Brown or Black crickets any size and receive 12% discount
Buy 5 bags or more of Bulk 500 Brown or Black crickets any size and receive a 10% discount

Delivery Standard:
Orders up to £12 in value £2.50 delivery charge
Orders from £12 in value up to £20 in value £3.75 delivery charge
Orders from £20 in value up to £35 in value £4.90 delivery charge
Orders from £35 in value up to £65 in value £6.98 delivery charge

For Special Guaranteed Delivery, Next Day before 1.00pm
100G £4.10
500G £4.50
1KG £5.70
2KG £7.40
10KG £18.50
 

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Worms / Beetles / Flies Various:
Mealworms 20-30mm £1.68
Giant mealworms 40-60mm £1.68
Mini mealworms 10-15mm £1.68
Buffalo worms 8-12mm £1.68
Wax worms x50 5-20mm £1.75 See bulk pack section for other options on wax worms
Fruit Beetle grubs 15-30mm £2.20
Lob worms 90-150 £1.68
Red worms 50-100 £1.68
Mixed small worms 20-50 £1.68
Fruit Fly £1.68
Curly Wing flies £1.68
What combination of these would you recommend for Beardies, Water Dragons & a crested gecko? Are all of the worms OK for them to eat?
 

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Out of those just the occasional wax worm, in general, crickets, locusts, lobster roaches are a firm favourite, lots of folk are getting them for their beardies now. I must admit I mainly use lobster roaches now as the staple diet for most of my herps for many different reasons.
 

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Do you have any photos of the Fruit Beetle grubs and info on their nutritional value? Spotted these on google a few days ago and I'm curious as to whether my geckos would eat them!
 
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