SINCE 1981!

The level of available worm will be restricted to 500g maximum purchase, our website platform will not allow us to fix the drop down, which will allow people to buy more. However, customers will only be sent 1 500g bag and refunded the outstanding balance.

This has been a very devastating year for our company, but with hard work and focus we will forge forward and endeavour to get production levels back on track. We are breeding living organisms that take a certain time to grow in this case it’s 15 weeks, things cannot be rushed, once you lose 3 weeks of production there is no way to get it back unfortunately.

I’m sorry for the problems that this may cause you all, but we are trying to make sure that all customers get something to feed their animals.

Dean Jackson

Managing Director of livefoods Direct.

Black Crickets Large 1 Tub of 60-70 Size 5 15-20mm

RRP £4.30

Our Price £4.08

Product Code: CBL1TUB

Quantity: Add To Basket

Black Crickets Large 15-20mm (Size 5) (Gryllus Bimaculatus)

Black Crickets are native Southern Europe. Here at Livefoods Direct our insects are fed on progrub, a protein enriched meal ensuring the best quality livefoods. They are sold in a variety of sizes to suit all needs. Crickets are the worlds most commonly used livefoods for feeding to lizards. Black Crickets have similar qualities to other Crickets but are slightly larger than Brown Crickets and will withstand the high humidity required by certain reptile species.


You can choose products from our full range of pre-packed livefoods. Discount is applied when you add the products to your basket.

1 tub costs £4.08

2 Tubs Cost £2.87 per tub

3 Tubs Cost £2.34 per tub

4 Tubs Cost £2.07 per tub

5 Tubs Cost £1.92 per tub

6 Tubs Cost £1.82 per tub

7 Tubs Cost £1.74 per tub

8 Tubs Cost £1.69 per tub

9 Tubs Cost £1.64 per tub

10 Tubs Cost £1.60 per tub

11 Tubs Cost £1.58 per tub

12 Tubs Cost £1.55 per tub

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