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Well, things happen, and sometimes people end up with more livestock than they can handle, it's happened to me before with Saturniidae, and I've

sold eggs just for postage, but if you don't have buyers,there's little a person can do, and for beetles, buying substrate isn't cheap.

I think the issue of killing larva is a mute point, larva die for all kinds of reasons, including not accepting a foodplant purported to be

accepted, who's fault is that?

A long time ago when I raised reptiles, I read that you need to accept this- "if you keep live animals, you'll sooner or later, have dying and dead ones"

I don't name my pets.

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No larvae eats peat moss and any moss. All larvae eat wood. Not moss. I mean your larvae can survive for some time but they will die.

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