Live Fly Pupae (Mustica domestica)are ideal for feeding to frogs, lizards, arachnids, scorpions, turtles, birds, poultry and fish.
Fly Pupae and hatched flies are nutritious and high in protein. Fly Pupae are a valuable addition to the diet of many animals.
Pisces Live Fly Pupaeare domant when refrigerated at about 6 degrees Celcius. They will keep for about two weeks. When warmed to room temperature fly pupae will hatch into flies in 3 to 5 days. Time will vary. The flies are great for frogs and lizards who enjoy the thrill of the chase. Fly pupae can also be frozen for up to six months storage but will no longer hatch.
(Important to not forget to refrigerate them and have a million flies hatch in the house though.)
How to Feed:-Remove a small amount of fly pupae from the fridge and place into your animal habitat. In a few days the flies will hatch for your pet to catch. They can be eaten as pupae too.