Pupa (as known as chrysalis for other species) is the last stage of Hermetia illucens life cycle. The emergence happens three days after this step. Then the laying peak occurs approximately 7 days after the client’s reception. Weight of the pupae is directly linked to the production performance: if the chrysalis is bigger, the number of eggs will be higher.
Black soldier fly pupa
Insect - Parent stock
% of pupae at reception
* Datas are given as a exemple and can change in regard with the technical itinery during growth stage. These performances are collected on fruits and vegetables ration in respect of recommended breeding conditions of Cycle Farms.