I just went to give my wormies some potato and realized that I've got a ton of bugs!! Each female bug is capable of laying up to 500 eggs in her lifetime, so I don't think I need so many! Up for auction are 15+ Darkling beetles. Darkling beetles are the adult forms of the mealworm. These bugs are very easy to care for, basically all they need is a healthy substrate (mine have flock raiser and fruity pebbles ) and some type of liquid (quartered potatoes work well) to start your own meal worm production. Meal worms can be used as treats or food for birds, small mammals, and reptiles. I will include some of their substrate which should have eggs in it as well. Eggs take 4-19 days to hatch. Here is a site with information on the life cycle of the Darkling beetle: http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/insects/beetles/mealworm/mealwormlifecycle.shtml Priority shipping is $6 any where in the lower 48. Shipping to AK or HI extra.