By Dermestid BeetleWorks
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Dermestid Beetles Work To Clean Skulls
A Colony of Dermestid Beetle Works By eating & cleaning the flesh from skulls & bones for Taxidermy purposes. Now you can Save time, effort & money By Starting your own Dermestid Beetle Colony.
Dermestid BeetleWorks Is the Trusted Source for Taxidermists, Research Labs, Universities, Hunters and Enthusiasts.
Dermestid BeetleWorks Has All Sizes You Will Need to Work For You
All You Need For Beetles To Go To Work For You
All Premium Colonies Shipped EXPRESS Mail
Heat or Cold Packs & Insulation Included For FREE
Starter Colonies Include:
•Generous Overcount of Beetles & Larvae
•Frass Material With Numerous Tiny Larvae & Eggs
•Bedding For More Eggs
•Packed with Food
•Water Gel (To Prevent Drowning)
•Water Gel Dish
Dermestid Beetles Work By Eating Flesh
Dermestid Beetles Work By Eating Flesh. Your Dermestid Colony
should be prepared for large skull cleaning projects By Working up to Larger Feedings for 30-45 days or giving several smaller projects. Our Beetles Work Better By Building up slowly to a large skull cleaning project. This will prepare the colony By helping them learn to Work most effectively for you. Enough Dermestids should be ordered or allowed to build up to Work to do the job intended.
Cleaning a Small Skull with Dermestid Beetles requires a minimum of 2500 Beetles to clean it.
Cleaning a Beaver Skull will take 6-7,000 Beetles to clean it.
Cleaning an average Deer Skull will need 12-15,000 Beetles to clean it.
Cleaning a Large Skull such as Bear will need 25-35,000 Beetles to clean it.
It is necessary that the correct number of Dermestid Beetles be selected or to allow your colony to multiply before tackling a projects as uneaten flesh may rot and cause damage to your colony.