GrubTerra Fresh Black Soldier Fly Larvae for Reptiles

GrubTerra Fresh Black Soldier Fly Larvae for Reptiles

Shipped every Tuesday once per week for optimal freshness
High in protein and healthy fats
High in calcium 
Raised in America
Regular price $19.95 USD
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We only ship on Mondays & Tuesdays for all fresh products to ensure fresh delivery.  

NOTICE TO ALL CUSTOMERS. If you live in a cold area and the Larvae are not moving when your package arrives, place them under a heat lamp or in a warm area 78+ degrees for 15-20 minutes after arrival. Black soldier fly larvae can enter a dormant state when they experience cold temperatures.  If you live in a hot area please watch your tracking information and be ready to receive your larvae so they do not die from the heat. 

How to keep your larvae alive after arrival! 

You will receive your larvae in small tubs, each containing 500+ fresh larvae. 

The substrate they are in is a mixture of coconut husk. This substrate is safe for reptiles and black soldier fly larvae. 

Once the larvae arrive, they should last for two to three weeks after delivery. 

Keep the Larvae in a dark and cool place, and close the lid tightly after each use! Please do not put them in the freezer. If you want to preserve them longer, place them in a temp-controlled refrigerator at 40+ degrees Fahrenheit.

Shipping, Returns, and Extra Larvae

We only ship orders on Monday & Tuesday. Tracking information is through USPS.

In the case, a shipment is damaged during transit or you are dissatisfied with a purchase. Please contact us immediately. We will do everything in our power to make sure you are happy and that you get your larvae! 

When contacting us about damaged shipments, please attach photos.

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GrubTerra's live larvae are farm raised in the USA. The larvae are fed on a high-quality diet of produce waste, brewery grains, and local supermarket food waste. 

GrubTerra upcycles local food waste, reducing landfill impact and cutting methane emissions for a greener world.

Unadulterated Purity. No Additives.' in place of Naturally Pure. No Preservatives.

High in protein fats and calcium to keep your reptiles healthy and full!

GrubTerra Sustainably Produced Live Larvae 


All our live larvae are grown in the United States. 


GrubTerra’s black soldier fly larvae are raised on a nutritious diet of vegetables, fruits, and carbohydrates, giving them a healthy, balanced diet.


GrubTerra’s black soldier fly larvae are raised off of food waste that would have been thrown into landfills and for every 1 pound of grubs purchased 20 pounds of waste was diverted from landfills


No additives. No preservatives. 100% natural. Also great for ducks, turkeys, and other fowl, as well as wild birds and fish!


With 75x more calcium than mealworms, GrubTerra grubs will help your flock lay strong and consistent eggs.


GrubTerras Grubs promote stronger eggshells and help hens increase their energy levels and egg production. Grubterra Grubs are also a great supplement during molting season and in the cold winter months!

Trusted by many reptile lovers!

This was my first time ordering from GrubTerra, and I thought the customer service was excellent.  The bugs arrived quickly, and all the larvae were alive and good sized! Ms. Olive my box turtle is a very satisfied customer.

Carlos. S.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the shelf life of GrubTerra black soldier fly larvae?

Can GrubTerras larvae be used for all types of animals, or are they specifically for certain species?

Are GrubTerras products organic?

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