waxworm

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waxworm

(ˈwæksˌwɜːm)
n
(Animals) a waxmoth larva
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Torn plastics, dead minnows, and lifeless waxworms chewed flatter than a pancake hurt your catch rates more than not having 500 jigs within arm's reach.
Bertocchini saw that her waxworms were working very quickly.
Crickets, mealworms, superworms, and waxworms were analyzed for moisture, crude protein, fat, ash, acid detergent fiber, total dietary fiber, minerals, amino acids, fatty acids, vitamins, taurine, carotenoids, inositol, and cholesterol.
Since embarking on his unusual regime five years ago, he estimates he's gorged on over 10,000 crickets, 5,000 locusts and 1,000 waxworms (the caterpillar larvae of wax moths).
Catfish prefer redworms hooked on the treble of the spoon or you can load the treble up with waxworms or spikes.
Black sunflower seeds, pinhead oatmeal, soaked sultanas, raisins and currants, mild grated cheese, mealworms, waxworms, mixes for insectivorous birds, good seed mixtures without loose peanuts, RSPB food bars (www.
Mealworms and waxworms are live insect larvae, they are becoming increasingly popular as a winter supplement for insect eaters.
In summer they love black sunflower seeds, pinhead oatmeal, soaked sultanas, raisins and currants, mild grated cheese, mealworms, waxworms, mixes for insectivorous birds and good seed mixtures without loose peanuts, on which their young could choke.
In summer they love black sunflower seeds, pinhead oatmeal, soaked sultanas, raisins, mild grated cheese, mealworms, waxworms, mixes for insectivorous birds and good seed mixtures.
In summer they love black sunflower seeds, pinhead oatmeal, soaked sultanas, raisins and currants, mild grated cheese, mealworms, waxworms and good seed mixtures without loose peanuts, on which young could choke.
Live food, usually crickets, locusts and her favourite waxworms.
aureus into waxworms that subsequently developed infections.