Fruit Fly Hydei Culture Kit
Fruit Flies Drosophila hydei
They're small, annoying, and usually stowaway on a piece of fruit you bought at the store. What are we talking about? Fruit flies! However, despite their being so annoying to us humans, they can be a staple diet to many small critters. In fact, if you breed and take care of Poison Dart frogs, Mantellas, or other small chameleons like Pygmy Chameleons, our fruit fly culture kits will feed many a hunger little critter. In fact, our fruit fly culture kits is like the gift that keeps giving because each culture will continue to produce new flies for up to five weeks. Each culture is shipped with two vials of approximately 20 to 40 adult flies each so you can start feeding your hungry critter immediately. The fruit fly includes 6 complete culture jars and 2 cultures of adult fruit flies and with care instructions. The Culture Kit can produce up to 10,000 flies!
The Advantages of Flightless Fruit Flies
Expressbugs.com fruit flies are entirely flightless, which means they will not swarm around your home if a few flies escape your pets enclosure. To feed your pet simply take the top off the culture vial and shake a few flies out and watch your pet start scooping them up. The fruit flies in these culture vials are Drosophilia hydei which is generally known as "fruit flies". Larger then Drosophilia melanogaster, Drosophilia hydei is ideally suited to small lizards, amphibians and aquatic pets.
Caring for your Fruit Fly Culture
You will happy to know that the fruit fly culture kit requires little to no maintenance. The vials foam "lid" is specially designed to allow air to flow inside while also keeping the fruit flies trapped inside the vial. The life cycle of Drosophilia hydei is a bit longer than Drosophilia melanogaster. It can take about 21 days or more until the first new Drosophilia hydei begin emerging in a fresh culture vial. As already stated above, the fruit fly vials will continue to produce new flies for up to 5 weeks However, please keep a few things in mind when it come to temperature. If the temperature is too high where you are storing your fruit flies, bad things can happen. Under hot and stuffy conditions, bacteria will start to grow which can cause the entire fruit fly culture to collapse rapidly. On the other hand, if the fruit flies are kept under colder conditions, their production will slow down dramatically. Aim for room temperatures between 68°F to 78°F to ensure maximum culture health and longevity.
Fruit Fly Nutritional Values
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