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The Goodden GemLight The Goodden GemLight


USD 246.51
GBP 149.95


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Idea leuconoe Philippines 5 pupae Idea leuconoe Philippines 5 pupae


USD 13.15
GBP 8.00


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Pyjama Cage LARGE 60 x 40 cm changeable height Pyjama Cage LARGE 60 x 40 cm changeable height

Pyjama Cage LARGE 60 x 40 cm changeable height
This is a new size. SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY PRICE!
This large cage is ideal for breeding larger butterflies and moths, keeping larvae of the Giant Silkmoths and Hawkmoths, or for larger numbers. It ...

USD 81.37
GBP 49.50


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Marbled White galathea 20 larvae Marbled White galathea 20 larvae

. Pre-hibernation larvae which live on potted coarse grasses and produce butterflies next year. To hibernate these larvae you need potted grass, securely contained in a netting sleeve. Make sure you evict any spiders or other predatory creatures! Keep the po ...

USD 21.29
GBP 12.95


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Swallowtail Papilio machaon machaon Sweden pupae Swallowtail Papilio machaon machaon Sweden pupae

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These pupae have been specially bred for us and we consider them to be very close to the English Swallowtail in behaviour and rearing characteristics, even though they are not confined to wetlands.
It is extremely rare to get breeding stoc ...

USD 17.26
GBP 10.50


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Small Elephant Hawk porcellus Breeding stock of 5 pupae Small Elephant Hawk porcellus Breeding stock of 5 pupae

A charming, quite small Hawkmoth, coloured intense magenta and orange, flying in June/July. Store pupae cool for the winter. Set up with nectar flowers and sprigs of Bedstraw for egg-laying. The larvae are miniatures of the Elephant Hawkmoth and not difficul ...

USD 29.59
GBP 18.00


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Gonimbrasia zambezina  Pupae Gonimbrasia zambezina Pupae

. The moth is large and beautifully marked in shades of grey, red and yellow, with prominent eye-spots.
Foodplants need confirming but larvae may take to several different trees. These have been reported: Oak, Oleander, Persimmon, Sumac & Br ...

USD 26.22
GBP 15.95


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African Moon Moth Argema mimosae Cocoons African Moon Moth Argema mimosae Cocoons

The moth is a miniature of the Giant Madagascan Moon Moth as a whole lot easier to breed! Spray the cocoons daily, keep at about 25 degrees C, or a little more, and they start to emerge as they do in the rainy season.
Pairings are not auto ...

USD 26.22
GBP 15.95


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Chequered Blue Scolitantides orion 4 pupae Chequered Blue Scolitantides orion 4 pupae

There can be two broods in warmer locations. Winter is spent in the pupal stage. You can keep the pupae in a fridge through the winter and bring them out to emerge in spring.

USD 26.22
GBP 15.95


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Peacock Butterfly Inachis io  Pupae Peacock Butterfly Inachis io Pupae


USD 17.26
GBP 10.50


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Giant Atlas Moth Attacus atlas cocoons Giant Atlas Moth Attacus atlas cocoons

The largest moth in the world. Winter cocoons are dormant. You can choose whether to incubate them or keep them cold until the spring. To get them to emerge, raise the temperature to 15 degrees C, and gradually up to 30 degrees C or more, and very humid. The ...

USD 21.29
GBP 12.95


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Catocala dilecta 12 eggs Catocala dilecta 12 eggs

The larvae are gnarled to match their Oak foodplants. They are reported to take evergreen Oaks which are common in their habitats.
We have only a few of this scarce species.

USD 32.80
GBP 19.95


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Scarce Swallowtail podalirius 5 pupae Scarce Swallowtail podalirius 5 pupae


USD 32.88
GBP 20.00


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CEBALLOSI subspecies of Graellsia isabellae Pupae CEBALLOSI subspecies of Graellsia isabellae Pupae

This subspecies first officially recognised and described in 1974, is appreciably larger than the nominate form, and other subspecies. We only recently had the opportunity to list isabellae ceballosi and this is one not to be missed by the specialist breeder.

USD 246.51
GBP 149.95


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Eri Silkmoth Philosamia cynthia ricini eggs or larvae according to availability Eri Silkmoth Philosamia cynthia ricini eggs or larvae according to availability

A very attractive form with dark banded moths. Very easy indeed to breed in captivity.
The larvae feed on Privet, and are very easy to rear in all seasons. Other evergreen foodplants accepted include Portuguese Laurel

USD 246.51
GBP 149.95


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