Medium Feeding-Grade Black Soldier Fly Larvae
  • Medium Feeding-Grade Black Soldier Fly Larvae
  • Medium Feeding-Grade Black Soldier Fly Larvae
  • Medium Feeding-Grade Black Soldier Fly Larvae
  • Medium Feeding-Grade Black Soldier Fly Larvae

Medium Feeding-Grade Black Soldier Fly Larvae

  • $17.00
Medium feeding-grade black soldier fly larvae are excellent for baby reptiles and small-sized reptiles.
Length: 0.5 inches    Weight: 0.05 - 0.07 grams
Symton® black soldier fly larvae are raised on a probiotic treated, grain & grass diet, and contain high levels of calcium. Their balanced Calcium:Phosphorus ratio makes them the ideal staple diet for your reptiles, with no need for additional dusting.
We guarantee live delivery, and always include an additional 10% with your order to ensure satisfaction. The shelf-life of our grubs is at least 2 weeks if stored as instructed.
*This product is not intended to be used as medicine or occasional snack to treat Metabolic Bone Disease -- this product must be provided on a regular basis to prevent or cease development of MBD.

Customer Reviews

Based on 528 reviews
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Lynn F (Genoa City, US)
My Beardie loves them

My baby bearded dragon wasn't eating. When I offered the larvae he loved them and now hastily gobbles them up. They seem to live a long time too. I still have plenty. I will be ordering more.

K
Kulari's Mom (Peoria, US)
They looked great but were all dead

Sadly, the post office put them in our mailbox when were too far away to get them right away, so they were all dead due to being so hot They looked fabulous and this was no fault of Symtons. I am looking forward to receiving our next order coming this week.

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Nekiya Covington (Jacksonville, US)

Medium Feeding-Grade Black Soldier Fly Larvae

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Susan Swafford (Lilburn, US)
First Order

I was surprised by how small they are, even the medium ones, but our bearded dragon loves them!

G
Gina Disteldorf (Houston, US)
BSF and Gina’ Heart of Gold Reptile Rescue

Another Shout out to Symton BSF!
I got in a donation of 3 containers of black soldier fly larva from Symton Black Soldier Fly out of College Station and I am still very impressed with the quality of the larva.

Since I run a rescue and I have gotten in 13 reptiles in the last 3 days, keeping up with the number of insects I need for feeding can be difficult. I have a variety rescued toads, frogs, leopard geckos, baby water turtles, cresties, a morning gecko, bearded dragons, chameleons, blue tongue skinks and box turtles that love snacking on bsf. These are high quality bsf and I would certainly recommend them to insect eating reptiles.
Again - thank you Symton for the donation!!!!

Pictures are of rescues we are currently working with: burned beardie healing beautifully and an emaciated MBD beardie - both are excited to eat bsf with or without veggies

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Yasin (Leesburg, US)
Dragon food

Initially was a bit concerned about feeding mostly bsfl since when my beardie ate to many worms in the past his stool would turn watery and appear to have undigested food in it. However after looking into the other reviews, and the apparent cricket shortage in Central Florida I decided to give it a try. My beardie loves them and I didn't notice any difference in stool then when on his normal cricket/greens diet. I still throw some crickets into the mix so he can run around hunting them. Now I don't have to worry about stores in a 20 mile radius not having crickets! He seems happy as always no change in energy that was another concern that a change in diet would affect him, so all in all I am very happy with them.
P.s. buy the strainer from them to remove the sand substrate it will make you life easier.

Customer Reviews

Based on 528 reviews
92%
(485)
4%
(23)
3%
(18)
0%
(0)
0%
(2)
L
Lynn F (Genoa City, US)
My Beardie loves them

My baby bearded dragon wasn't eating. When I offered the larvae he loved them and now hastily gobbles them up. They seem to live a long time too. I still have plenty. I will be ordering more.

K
Kulari's Mom (Peoria, US)
They looked great but were all dead

Sadly, the post office put them in our mailbox when were too far away to get them right away, so they were all dead due to being so hot They looked fabulous and this was no fault of Symtons. I am looking forward to receiving our next order coming this week.

N
Nekiya Covington (Jacksonville, US)

Medium Feeding-Grade Black Soldier Fly Larvae

S
Susan Swafford (Lilburn, US)
First Order

I was surprised by how small they are, even the medium ones, but our bearded dragon loves them!

G
Gina Disteldorf (Houston, US)
BSF and Gina’ Heart of Gold Reptile Rescue

Another Shout out to Symton BSF!
I got in a donation of 3 containers of black soldier fly larva from Symton Black Soldier Fly out of College Station and I am still very impressed with the quality of the larva.

Since I run a rescue and I have gotten in 13 reptiles in the last 3 days, keeping up with the number of insects I need for feeding can be difficult. I have a variety rescued toads, frogs, leopard geckos, baby water turtles, cresties, a morning gecko, bearded dragons, chameleons, blue tongue skinks and box turtles that love snacking on bsf. These are high quality bsf and I would certainly recommend them to insect eating reptiles.
Again - thank you Symton for the donation!!!!

Pictures are of rescues we are currently working with: burned beardie healing beautifully and an emaciated MBD beardie - both are excited to eat bsf with or without veggies

Y
Yasin (Leesburg, US)
Dragon food

Initially was a bit concerned about feeding mostly bsfl since when my beardie ate to many worms in the past his stool would turn watery and appear to have undigested food in it. However after looking into the other reviews, and the apparent cricket shortage in Central Florida I decided to give it a try. My beardie loves them and I didn't notice any difference in stool then when on his normal cricket/greens diet. I still throw some crickets into the mix so he can run around hunting them. Now I don't have to worry about stores in a 20 mile radius not having crickets! He seems happy as always no change in energy that was another concern that a change in diet would affect him, so all in all I am very happy with them.
P.s. buy the strainer from them to remove the sand substrate it will make you life easier.

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