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- Item no: SW10987
Insects are generally known to have an unfavorable calcium/phosphorus ratio and a relatively low calcium content. Fortunately, this is different with soldier fly larvae. They have, according to information on the Internet, a calcium/phosphorus ratio of 1.5/1, some even speak of 2/1 and a calcium content that is said to be up to 30 times higher than in crickets. The fat content is only about 5%, in favor of the protein content of over 13%, which is high for insects anyway.
CAUTION Uncontrolled, the species offered may endanger nature.
May only be administered as live food under control in closed vessels or containers, such as terrariums or aquariums.
Art. 5 Release Ordinance