Silkworms are a type of insect that produce silk from their glands. They are native to China and have been cultivated for thousands of years for their valuable fiber. Silkworms are also a popular choice of live food for many reptile and amphibian species, as they offer several benefits over other feeder insects.

Silkworms are soft and juicy, with no hard exoskeleton that can cause impaction or digestion problems. They are also easy to handle and store, as they do not bite, jump, or smell. Silkworms feed on Silkworm Chow which is made with powdered mulberry leaves and has been fortified with vitamins and minerals to help keep Silkworm well nourished

Silkworms are rich in calcium, protein, iron, magnesium, sodium, and vitamins B1, B2, and B3. They have a low fat and high moisture content, which makes them ideal for hydrating and nourishing your reptile pets. Silkworms can help prevent rickets, obesity, and other health issues that can affect reptiles. They can also stimulate the natural hunting and feeding behavior of your pets, as they are active and attractive prey.

Silkworms are suitable for a wide range of reptile and amphibian species, such as bearded dragons, geckos, chameleons, frogs, turtles, and some species of snake. They can be fed as a staple diet or as a treat, depending on the size and needs of your pet. Silkworms come in different sizes.

Silkworms are a great option for feeding your reptile and amphibian pets, as they provide a healthy, balanced, and natural diet. They are also fun and easy to use, as they do not require any special equipment or preparation.

Silkworms are a premium quality live food that your pets will love and enjoy.