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The Chilean moth (Chilecomadia moorei) is a moth of the Cossidae family. The butterworm is ... Thap butterworm 1. ... You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.

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Butterworms are indigenous to Chile and feed primarily on the Trevo Bush ... The term "Butterworm" is also easier to market than the common "Trevo Worm". ... Moisture will lead to mold and can destroy the Butterworms in the container.

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The Butterworm is actually the Chilean Moth in its larval stage. They measure ... Butterworms can also be referred to as either Tebo Worms or Sweet Worms.

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It also prevents pupation and hence the butter worms can't develop into moths. Thus, breeding of ... Naturally butter worms feed on the leaves of Trevo bush.

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Butterworms are shipped in wheat bran, for bedding material and to absorb moisture. The Butterworm may eat a little while stored. They can be stored in the  ...

blogs.thatpetplace.com/thatreptileblog/2014/09/16/butterworms-reptile-amphibian-food-nutritional-content-care

Sep 16, 2014 ... Butterworms, also known as Trevo Worms, are highly nutritious caterpillars that ... The fact that a food is “low in ash” or “high in protein” does not ... geckos and other arboreal species that are reluctant to feed on the ground.

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Aug 18, 2015 ... When housing butter worms, you will want to keep them in the refrigerator ... because all butter worms aren't kept in the refrigerator, they eat the ...

www.silkwormstore.co.uk/butterworms-care-sheet.html

In the wild, the butterworm eats the leaves from the Tebo Tree. Upon receiving your order ... They will survive like this in your fridge for up to 4 months!! Housing

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i was just curious if any1 ever tried butter worms? the guy at the pet ... a regular- size bag; (2) not to assume your hedgie will eat new food on the ...