I like to go to pet expos, so I was happy when I have noticed that there was one held in Budapest just as I was passing through.
The larvae of the black soldier fly (Hermetia illucens) are known as Phoenix worms and used for composting and as pet food.
The larvae of the darkling beetle Zophobas morio are known as superworms.
Dandelions are one of the most common wild plant native to Eurasia and North America.
Hornworms are caterpillars that turn into a moth after pupation.
Opuntia is the name of a genus of edible cactuses originally from the Americas which are now grown world wide both as ornamental plants and as a food source.
Silkworms are really caterpillars, the larval form of a moth.
Sea urchin are voracious algae eaters. Unfortunately they also tend to try to rearrange the rockwork in your reef tank, and they grow big, and strong enough to cause some real damage.
Guppies are one of the most common aquarium fish. Liked by beginners because they are easy to keep and breed and adored by enthusiasts who are into breeding fancy versions of guppies.
Tubifex small annelid worms that are most commonly known as a type of live fish food.
Brine shrimps are tiny little crustaceans that usually live in lakes with really high salt concentration. For some reason they are also called Sea Monkeys — probably a clever marketing ploy.
The marine amphipods that live in most reef aquariums are amazing creatures that look like tiny little shrimp.