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Buy Dermestid Beetle Colony 5000+ Premium Dermestid Beetle Colonies. Dermestid BeetleWorks. For Large Projects Like Cleaning a Deer Skull. For Larger Projects or When Needed, Buy More Colonies For Better Working Numbers.
Buy Enough Dermestid Beetles to Work for the Intended Job. Add More Colonies to build up colony size quicker. The More Beetles the Better they Work.
To Clean a Small Skull with Dermestid Beetles Requires 2500 Beetles & Larvae to clean it.
Cleaning a Beaver Skull will take 6-7,000 Beetles & Larvae to clean it.
To Clean an average Deer Skull will need 12-15,000 Beetles & Larvae to clean it.
Cleaning a Large Skull such as Bear will need 25-35,000 Beetles & Larvae to clean it.
Buy the correct number of Dermestid Beetles & Larvae to Work effectively. Buy More or allow your colony to multiply before tackling projects. All flesh will be eaten and your colony remains Working to the Best of their ability.
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All Premium Dermestid Beetle Colonies Ship With Clean Bedding.
Therefore, Each Colony of 5,000+ Beetles & Larvae Comes With About Three Quarts Of Bedding. As a Result, The Beetles Will Lay More Eggs In This Bedding.
Additional Bedding Is Available For Purchase.
Also Included in All Premium Colonies Is 1 oz Insects Safe Water Gel For Watering The Dermestid Colony. Water Gel is safe Without The Risk Of Drowning. Put a Small Amount of Water Gel in a Small Dish about once a week.
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In Addition We Count and Verified All Colonies By Doing a 24 Hour Consumption Test. The Process OF Separating The Beetles & Larvae From Their Bedding and Verifying Numbers Is Much More Accurate.
After Making Sure The Colony Is Well Fed and Watered, We Ship Colonies With Enough Food For The Trip To Your Doorstep.
What Will I Need To Work With A Dermestid Beetle Starter Kit Count Dermestid Beetle Starter Kit? Where Can I Find Dermestid Beetles For Sale Near Me?
Dermestid Beetles Colony Care can be accomplished with a little planning. You will need a spare garage, shed, outbuilding or enclosed porch with heat and ventilation. Keeping Dermestid Beetles Outside Can also be done with some planning.
Next you will need a container to act as your dermestarium to house and colonize the beetles. The Dermestid will colonize and live here in bedding that you choose. The bedding can be wood mulch shavings, cotton or shredded paper. They will also work at cleaning skulls in this space.
A thick plastic container with smooth sides will work for your Dermestid Beetle Enclosure For Sale Our Colonies are Best for Taxidermy Purposes. Many also use an old glass aquarium or old deep freeze chest unit. Just be sure to remove any silicone from any glass tank so the larvae can not escape by climbing the tacky silicone. You can also use a Super Slick Insect Barrier to Contain them in your dermestid beetle colony container
Lastly you will need a Dermestid Beetle Colony. You can Buy a large amount of Dermestid Beetles (10-30,000) or more for a small startup cost of several hundred dollars. 600-2,000 . Start with a larger amount and you will find that they will work at cleaning large skulls like those of a deer pretty quickly. If you get a smaller colony you may need to patiently wait for them to colonize to a larger amount. Beetles By Dermestid BeetleWorks is The Best Place to Buy Dermestid Beetles.
Waiting for colonization of a small colony may be 4-6 months. Now, Isn’t being able to clean a trophy mount worth getting the right amount of beetles to work most efficiently at cleaning skulls?
Buy Taxidermy Beetles Colony By Dermestid BeetleWorks™ We are a Supplier of Dermestid Beetle Colonies to Museums, Universities, Labs and Taxidermists. We do not provide taxidermy services. We do not sell dermestid beetles Amazon or Dermestid Beetles Ebay. All Rights Reserved
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Are Dermestid Beetles HArmful to Humans.
Dermestid Beetles are used by many University Labs and Taxidermists and are safe to work with.