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Post Cultivation diet
Another thing I've thought about is specific diet types being more conducive than others when it comes to breeding. I've seen a fair amount of info on lighting, which still seems to be an ever elusive subject. And a lot of stuff about temp and rh. Never came across anything that sounded like comparing diets. I'm talking about an actual thought out diet, instead of just feeding the bsfl "waste". I've got tons of questions, so I just plan on firing them out when they come to mind. Since I don't have any wild bsf around me, I'm going to want to learn as much as I can in the few weeks I have until flies eclose. That is indeed the correct term, right? Thought I read something the other night that was referring to eggs hatching as eclosing, but, I was up late and tired...


Mon Nov 06, 2017 9:28 pm
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Beer Bandit wrote:
...Thought I read something the other night that was referring to eggs hatching as eclosing, but, I was up late and tired...
Eggs hatch, pupae elcose or rather flies eclose from pupae.

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Ok, I was right. Thank you.


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