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Posted by Craig K. on May 06, 2003 at 14:26:20:
In Reply to: Superworm Beetle Breeding pic, plus ?! posted by LindsayMarie on May 06, 2003 at 06:56:34:
I took this picture this morning, when I caught a pair in the act! Hopefully I will see babies soon. It has already been 3 weeks since the worms pupated into beetles and I still dont see any superworm babies :( Does anyone know how long before I should see tiny babies? I am worried the human heating pad I have under the bin might be killing them? It is set to low. My house stays fairly low, around 65-70 so the bin needs added heat. It just seems that the bottom of the bin on the outside is failr warm to the touch! I dont know! It would stink to not produce any babies with all the work it takes to get them into beetles etc! Thanks, Lindsay
You will probably notice the babies on the fruit first they seem to congregate around a moisture source. Good luck.Craig Kade