Fish and Reptiles kingston
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Fish and Reptiles kingston
FEEDERS

Everything needed to keep your animals happy and healthy

Crickets
The staple diet for most reptiles and amphibians, our crickets come from one of the oldest and most reliable farms in North America. All crickets are picked up by our trucks twice weekly, ensuring that you always have the freshest cricket possible. By picking them up ourselves the crickets are never shipped by air, or exposed to the elements, providing you with the healthiest crickets available.
Available Crickets: 1", 3/4", 5/8",112",3/8", 114", 118", pinhead


Superworms

The larvae of the beetle Zoophobas, superworms are a great food source for larger lizards and turtles. Superworms are more nutritious than regular mealworms, and can therefore be used as a staple in the diet. These worms cannot be stored in the refrigerator as can standard mealworms.


Mealworms
Probably the fIrst feeder ever produced for reptile food, mealworms are an inexpensive feeder that is a great addition to any reptile diet, but should not be the main food source. Due to the hard exoskeleton these larvae should not be fed to very young animals. Mealworms can be stored in the fridge until sale.


Waxworms

The larvae of the waxmoth, waxworms are a parasite that live in beehives, feeding on the honey. These worms are a favoured treat by many reptiles and are a great addition to a regular diet. Due to the high fat content, they should not form a staple in the diet, but are excellent for thin, or sick animals looking to recover. Waxworms should be stored in the refrigerator until sale, as they do not last long without food when kept warm.


Butterworms

Collected from the Tebo tree in Chile, butterworms are another favoured treat for reptiles and amphibians. The scent and flavor make these worms very popular. Butterworms are high in calcium, but are not nutritionally complete, so should only be fed as a treat rather than a staple. They can be kept in the refrigerator for up to four months, and should be kept so until fed.


Silkworms

Very high in calcium and other nutrients, silkworms are a great feeder, and are eagerly accepted by most reptiles and amphibians. Caterpillars such as these are the natural food of many reptiles such as chameleons. Silkworms are the larvae of the silk moth, and have been used to make silk for centuries. Unfortunately extensive line breeding has made them rather susceptible to certain viruses, and these are not a hardy feeder. Silkworms have to eat either fresh mulberry leaves, or commercial mulberry chow.


Silkworm
Eggs
Fertilized silkworm eggs that are easily hatched to raise one's own silkworms. Silkworms can be raised to provide any size required for feeding smaller reptiles


Hornworms

The most nutritionally complete feeder available, hornworms are the larva of the Sphinx moth. These caterpillars grow up to 4" in length and share none of the sensitive drawbacks of silkworms. Wild horn worms cannot be fed to reptiles, as they are toxic due to their diet. Feeder hornworms can be fed a special diet that renders them harmless to consume.
Available Hornworms: Medium, Jumbo


Flightless Fruit Flies

These tiny flies are an excellent source of food for small reptiles and amphibians and essential for many baby animals. These flies are an excellent alternative to small crickets. The two species are flightless, and as a result are easily fed and consumed. D. Hydeii are larger and breed more slowly. D. Melanogaster are small and reproduce at a prodigious rate. Fruit flies are provided in cultures that produce hundreds to thousands of flies.
Available Fruit Flies: D. Hydeii, D. Melanogaster


Springtails

Springtails are a tiny insect that are really only suitable as a food source for the smallest animals, such as micro geckos and baby dart frogs. While not a popular feeder, they are essential to maintaining and breeding these smaller species. Springtails are provided in cultures that produce hundreds of feeders.


Dew Worms

Most often used as fish bait, these are the favored food of most turtles. Earthworms are also consumed by many larger frogs as well as garter and ribbon snakes. The worms should be kept in the refrigerator until sold.


Mice

Available live or frozen, mice are the staple diet of most snakes as well as many lizards. We encourage the feeding of frozen rodents over live, as this is far safer and healthier for the reptiles. All rodents are raised on the highest quality laboratory grade diet to ensure that they are of the best nutritional value.
Available Mice: Pinky, Fuzzy, Hopper, Wean, Adult, Jumbo


Rats

Available live or frozen, mice are the staple diet of most snakes as well as many lizards. We encourage the feeding of frozen rodents over live, as this is far safer and healthier for the reptiles. All rodents are raised on the highest quality laboratory grade diet to ensure that they are of the best nutritional value.
Available Mice: Pinky, Fuzzy, Hopper, Wean, Adult, Jumbo


Small and Medium Sized Goldfish


Guppies


Rosy Reds


Ghost Shrimp


Live Blackworms