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Waxworms (Standard) Tub of 50

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SKU:
A320LT
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Packed fresh and despatched directly from the farm to your door. Order now due to high demand and for the fastest possible despatch and delivery times.
RRP: £2.90
Our Price: £1.74
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Waxworms are soft bodied, fatty and high in protein.  A great treat for many reptiles or to entice fussy feeders, also incredibly popular for feeding garden birds and many other exotic animals.

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35 Reviews

  • 5
    Best...

    Posted by Belinda Samuels on 21st Feb 2021

    Waxworms were quick to arrive by Royal Mail, the cost was the cheapest I’ve paid so far for that many. Definitely will use this company again. The gecko enjoyed them too !

  • 5
    Happy...

    Posted by Sara Chapman on 31st Jan 2021

    Forst time using Internet Reptile. Very happy with product and service. Will be using again.

  • 5
    I think you're taking the piss i payed extra to...

    Posted by Jason Clark on 4th Jan 2021

    I think you're taking the piss i payed extra to get my bugs early and its been 6 days and still no sign it said I should have got them today and still nothing and now you have the cheek to ask for a good review I want my bugs ASAP

  • 1
    Terrible delivery...

    Posted by Hameda Khanum on 27th Dec 2020

    All my insects turned up dead after being in the post for over 6 days!

  • 5
    Wax...

    Posted by Margaret bradburn on 15th Dec 2020

    Great quality my dragons loved them

  • 5
    Perfectly...

    Posted by Dawn Algie on 14th Dec 2020

    Fresh and delicious for my lil ruby

  • 5
    Waxworms

    Posted by Jemma Lewry on 13th Dec 2020

    My waxworms arrived well packed and fast delivery all alive and none in their pupa stages . I have a very happy leopard gecko.

  • 5
    Wax...

    Posted by Sara Reeve on 10th Oct 2020

    Easy to order, delivery fast, all alive on arrival no problems with the service

  • 5
    All...

    Posted by Anthony Biggs on 2nd Oct 2020

    All good

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