Smallest fruit fly, no wings
Melnogaster fruit flies, wingless
The flightless Drosophila melanogaster fruit fly is much smaller than the Melanogaster fruit fly & has no wings. It does not fly but walks. They look like tiny ants. It is the perfect size feeder for the nymph that is need smaller fruit flies . The rate of reproduction is very quick just as the glider fruit fly, and you get thousands of flies like the glider. When you receive maggots are already laid in the cultures. Give them time to develop, most times a small separate cup of extra flies are shipped with the culture to be added back to the culture as many get smashed in shipping and these replace those that died in shipping. Please note, maggots are hard to kill, don't throw cultures away without giving them the chance to develop, in most cases within a week you will see them develop into pupae. Give it a try and see how your bug eaters like it. They are cultured just like the black so nothing new is required to raise them. Don't forget that small fish, frogs, toads and other herps like them too!
PLEASE NOTE, WEATHER WILL EFFECT FLY IN SHIPPING, PLEASE CONSIDER THE WEATHER AND PURCHASE THE APPROPRIATE SHIPPING SUPPLIES TO KEEP THEM ALIVE. ALSO IF FLY IS OUT OF STOCK, AN APPROPRIATE SUBSTITUTE WILL BE SENT.