Worldwide Butterflies has been supplying butterflies and moths for half a century. There is a range of species available as livestock. Schools can see Recommended School Species.

Butterflies and moths are supplied for historic, scientific and identification collections, medical research, for photography and conservation, and even just for their incredible beauty and natural history interest.

Schools and educational establishments are prominent in Worldwide Butterflies’ list of customers. A number people started by buying from Worldwide Butterflies, and have gone on to become professional in Entomology and Natural History in a number of ways. In fact in fact this has now continued in subsequent generations. To read about Worldwide Butterflies from the earliest days please see History.


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LIVING BUTTERFLIES and MOTHS. For film shoots, weddings and other events we are sometimes asked for butterflies to release. Foreign species cannot be used for this and we don't supply living adults. You can buy pupae but not to a specific date, so you need to organise the synchronisation of emergence for the particular requirement.

 

 

 

TIME IN THE POST

Customers sometimes expect their orders to arrive next day. Please take into account the anticipated season shown for each item and the fact that several items may be sent from different sources, often from another country. Post is often slower in holiday periods, especially overseas.

MOST PACKETS ARE SENT BY MAIL AND ARRIVE WITH YOUR LETTERS.

THERE IS NO TRACKING.

 

BEFORE ENQUIRING ABOUT BOOKED ORDERS . . . . 

Please check availability on this website and, on YOUR ACCOUNT to see if there is a note against your booked item. If you do enquire, please quote not only the order NUMBER and your NAME but also the SPECIES.

 

Availability: NOW means can be dispatched immediately or within a few days. If a month or season is stated, and we are in that period, it does not mean that the item is available immediately. We have to wait for the species to become available. The availability period shown is when that item normally becomes available. Eg  If it is June and a species is listed as June, it does not mean it is ready to send yet: it might be late June. When that species is actually ready to send, the availability will change to NOW and booked items are dispatched in date order.

LARVAE CANNOT BE POSTED OUTSIDE EUROPE

Please remember also that in summer eggs and larvae cannot be posted internationally, without severe risk in transit, particularly to southern Europe, but even to countries such as  NL, D, B and F.

Search for XXP to see cost of sending by Express courier in only 1-2 days from dispatch. Click here.

 

 

Historic specimens and Aberrations are now on the WWB website Click here to see set specimens of Coppers

The cost of postage and packing was not only reduced last season but is not increased with the new, higher postal rates.  New packaging is being used, that reduces weight and size, so the charge for posting livestock in the UK and overseas was reduced by about 25% and continues to be held down this year.  

 

 

CURRENT RECOMMENDATIONS

A HAWKMOTH NEW TO OUR LISTS: Ampelophaga rubiginosa from Far Eastern Russia. Some pupae are immediately available and eggs can be ordered now for supply in summer. The attractive larvae feed on vines and creepers. Other food plants are possible. They change with each instar and the final change has both green and brown patterned forms. Click on the species to see the streamlined larvae.

 

THE SEA BUCKTHORN HAWK Hyles hippophaes is seldom available. Hawkmoth specialists will appreciate this species. It feeds on Sea Buckthorn Hippophae rhamnoides and may well take Willowherb and Eleagnus. Pupae immediately available.

WINTER PUPAE THAT WILL EMERGE SHORTLY: See Silver-striped Hawkmoth Hippotion celerio and Oleander Hawk nerii. Both will produce adult moths in a couple of weeks or so in incubation, or you can store them cool to breed in late winter or early spring. Other species to hatch out in winter include Madagascan Silkmoths Argema mittrei, Antherina suraka, Tagoropsis leporina and Ceranchia apollina.

BEE HAWK fuciformis Just a few pupae immediately available. Very difficult to obtain!

Cinnabar Moth Hipocrita jacobaeae, once very common indeed, has become so scarce over the last ten years that it was approaching extinction. The summer of 2016 brought about a complete reversal and numbers were almost back to the old levels. Pupae are never available in sufficient numbers to offer for sale but we bred a number and have enough to sell some. They are immediately available. 

The Belted Beauty Moth Lycia zonaria is a species that is extremely rare in Britain, found sparsely in about three shore locations in the north of Britain, and in parts of central Europe. Never before listed by WWB, there are pupae immediately available. The moths emerge early in spring. The female is fat, furry and wingless! Click on the species to see the larva and the range of food plants easily provided.

 

Moth breeders can also try their hand at the Small Eggar lanestris whose nut-like cocoons produce moths in early spring. A very interesting species in all stages. Cocoons are immediately available and the price is lower than before!

See also Panthea coenobita,  very seldom offered. The moth is attractively patterned in black and white. The colourful tufted caterpillar feeds on Pine. Click on the species to read more. Pupae are arriving in December.

Orange Tip cardamines pupae are in stock now - but not for long!

THE SQUEAKING SILKMOTH Rhodinia fugax from the Far East is one of the most fascinating you can rear. Store the eggs cold for the winter, to hatch in spring. The larvae have a curious two tone colouring. When larger they squeak audibly when disturbed. An even greater treat is in store when they spin their extraordinary cocoons! Supplies are limited.

A Silkmoth completely new to WWB!  Coloradia doris is a medium to small species, patterned in soft greys and pink. It occurs in the south and west of North America, in a restricted area. The larvae cluster in small groups on Pines. Later they spread out and live more on their own. They look more like the larvae of a Nymphalid than a Saturniid. See the pictures. Eggs can be ordered in advance for delivery in season in the coming season. Very few breeder have tried this species. A chance of new experiences for the connoisseur and lots of photographic opportunities!

Agapema homogena is another lesser-known Saturniid which did very well for WWB last summer. We have a breeding stock again and eggs can be ordered now for supply in summer. The moths emerge in the afternoon, pair in late evening. At night eggs are laid in groups on the cage netting. The larvae are gregarious at first. The winter cocoons are spun amongst vegetation on the ground.

Rothschildia orizaba eggs from South America are being offered now for supply in early summer. This species is seldom available. The moth resembles a miniature Atlas Moth. The larvae feed on Privet and become fat and green with purple and white between the segments. They will produce moths in the same year if kept humid and warm.

From Italy we have received superb and large wild cocoons of the European Ailanthus Moth Philosamia cynthia walkeri. These are particularly fine and recommended. It is one of Europe’s largest moths, and the larvae are easy to rear on Ailanthus, Privet and a number of other foodplants. 

HICKORY HORNED DEVIL Citheronia regalis eggs will again be available in the coming season, after absence for some years. They are very popular indeed, so please book early. This is a very grand silk moth, with larvae that are so fearsome that, once reared, they will never be forgotten. The moths are magnificent, and quite unlike most other Saturniid species. 

Tagoropsis leporina pupae from Madagascar, like other African Saturniids, has underground pupae but is a Silkmoth. This is another first for WWB. We have supplied pre-booked orders and have a few spare for sale. If you have not experienced this species, and not many breeders have, why not get some pupae and try them?

Ceranchia apollina, also from Madagascar, is unusually coloured white, with attractive eyespots and patterning. The cocoons are magnificent: straw coloured and surprisingly reminiscent of miniature mittrei cocoons!

GIANT ATLAS MOTH COCOONS are immediately available. These are from Northern Thailand where they are dormant in winter. NOW is the time to buy them to store cool until spring. These are of good size and highly recommended.

MADAGASCAN MOON MOTH Argema mittrei has the largest cocoon of all moths. It is silvery white and peppered with little holes - totally unique. Like so many other wonderful species in Madagascar, this moth is extraordinarily large and exceptional. Keep the cocoons very moist and at about 30º and you will witness the experience of a lifetime!

MADAGASCAN EMPEROR Antherina suraka. This species deserves to be better known. The moth is highly colourful. Breeding is exceptionally easy. The larvae feed on Privet and a number of alternative foodplants. As they grow, they develop differing colours and patterns at random, in a way that we have never seen in any other species! Cocoons are ready immediately: they can be held cool or incubated as you wish. VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

PEACOCK BUTTERFLY Inachis io pupae are available now. This species, together with the Small Tortoiseshell urticae suffered huge losses last winter when the hibernating adults woke early and died of starvation. Could you help to boost the Peacock population in your area?

PUPAE of the nominate subspecies Papilio machaon machaon are immediately available. This race is not P. m. gorganus which is found across Europe.  In fact there are greater similarities with the English Swallowtail Papilio machaon britannicus. Click on to this species in the featured section, to learn more and see pictures.

There are two Underwing species Catocala that we have never had before. These are overwintering eggs, received from Russia and from Croatia. See these amongst the featured species. We also have available Red and Blue Underwing nupta and fraxini, Crimson and Rosy Underwings sponsa and electa.

Supplies from North America have arrived. More to come. There are cocoons of the American Oak Silkmoth polyphemus, American Moon Moth luna,  and there are pupae of three most popular species of Swallowtail, asterias, troilus and glaucus.  There will also be a couple of species we have never listed before. 

Just received very large and superb quality Privet Hawk ligustri pupae. These are ideal for breeding next season, and we highly recommend them. There are also pupae of Small Elephant Hawk porcellus - a really delightful species and one of the brightest colours of all the Hawks. There is a limited stock of the Willowherb Hawk proserpina. A very attractive moth patterned in greens, with contrasting hellow hindwings. The larvae thrive on Rosebay Willowherb.

Emperor Moth pavonia cocoons are nearly all sold.  More will arrive soon. Also its cousins the Giant Peacock Moth pyri and pavoniella. All three species emerge and breed in the spring.

AUTUMN PUPAE are beginning to arrive from breeders. It is a good idea to look at the species you would like to breed next year and order breeding stock pupae early, while still available. 

From Africa we have cocoons of the Zambian Emperor zambezina. There are still a few cocoons of the African Moon Moth mimosae - a most popular species and miniature of the Madagascan Moon Moth mittrei

 

Immediately available are winter eggs of two choice Hairstreaks, the Brown betulae and Black Hairstreak pruni. Store cool and in natural winter conditions until they hatch in spring. Also eggs of the scarce High Brown Fritillary adippe and larvae of the Dark Green Fritillary aglaia. The larvae of both Fritillaries feed on Violet leaves. Now is the time to buy larvae of the Marbled White galathea which can be kept sleeved on potted coarse grass.

Overwintering pupae of the Chequered Blue orion are available immediately. Store cool until spring, when they breed on Sedum. Orion is not always available and few breeders have experience of the species. Why not try some yourself?

There are some GOOD REDUCTIONS on certain livestock and other items. See the MARKET STALL for details.

SLEEVES for rearing larvae are on temporary SPECIAL OFFER at the moment.

Please click here to see the reductions.

The WWB website offers classic species such as the English and European Swallowtails, Atlas Moth, Deathshead atropos and Oleander Hawkmoths nerii, Purple Emperor iris, Spanish Moon Moth isabellae and many more. Availability of some of these has already started. They are popular, so the earlier you book, the higher on the list your order will be.

RIGHT INTO AUTUMN conditions for moth trapping are good.  Colder nights are now reducing catches, but they have been good this year. The MOONLANDER with Goodden GEMLIGHT works in the field, in places where there is no electricity. It is the most compact and lightweight trap in the world. The GemLight runs all night on 8 AA batteries. This compares with a typical battery the size and weight of a brick! Take a trap on holiday it occupies little space in a suitcase and is only the weight of a camera. There is always space in a car, caravan or boat, because it is so compact.  

Have you ever used a sleeve with a zip side opening? This is a new WWB innovation, as is the use of velcro ties for sleeve ends. Have a look at the sleeve section. Once you use a Zip Sleeve you won't want to go back to the traditional sleeve with no side access. A small extra cost for a huge benefit!

THERE ARE SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL PRICES on the Lepidoptera Rearing Outfit, Mini Silk Farm.  See the MARKET STALL for details. There can also be found some good reductions on pupae and cocoons. Don't delay: many of the reductions are for a short time or for a limited amount of stock.

PYJAMA CAGES are designed for the practical breeder who needs to be able to clean and renovate cages thoroughly and rapidly. They are proof against most parasites and the most escape-proof, for active larvae, of any design we have used. Eggs laid on the sides of the cage are dealt collected or sleeved with the minimum of time and effort. Pyjama cages are easily stored flat for the winter and quickly re-assembled in spring.

A new size of plastic rearing container has been introduced. The Size 8 comes in packs of 6. It is deeper than the flat Size 7, which allows more space for larvae and foodplant, without being so large that larvae stray off the food. This is very important when establishing young larvae. Buy a pack, and we think you will want to have some more!

The POP-UP CAGE is back!  See the CAGE Section.

SEE the MARKET STALL section for special offers and some big savings (Click on the menu top left of the screen). Watch this section for further offers. Other reductions include cages, the Lepidopterist's Rearing Outfit and the Mini Silk Farm, ALL AT SPECIAL PRICES!

LEPIDOPTERIST'S REARING OUTFIT - See Outfits and Gift Suggestions.

Moonlander Moth Trap and Goodden GemLight. For some time there has been a limit on availability of the Moonlander and GemLight. We have now prepared good stocks for the season.

Click to see

and the Goodden GemLight. A completely new kind of moth light. Click here

CAGES  See PYJAMA CAGES Click here

 

BEGINNER? If you have not reared butterflies and moths before, please take note of the foodplants your larvae will need. To know how to keep caterpillars, hatch out pupae and care for your livestock we recommend the handbook The All Colour Paperback BUTTERFLIES which is on the Schools Page and in the Book Section. It is packed with information and will help you a great deal.

 

LIVESTOCK

If you are a beginner and need information on rearing from small caterpillars, or hatching out pupae, please order the book shown above. INSTRUCTIONS ARE NOT SENT WITH EACH SPECIES, you need to acquire basic skills and this book is a simple way to learn them.

LIVESTOCK ON OUR WEBSITE  is very wide-ranging. Please scroll down the different sections. There are some very interesting species for the connoisseur and for the beginner.

AWAY DATES

ON YOUR ACCOUNT please enter dates when you cannot receive livestock. Letting us know by any other means will not apply the dates to the system and will not prevent dispatch of orders when you cannot receive them.

 

NEWS and UPDATES

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Newly hatched or small larvae are too small to be put into a cage or aquarium. If you can put them on growing foodplant, protected with a sleeve, that is ideal. Alternatively keep in a plastic box, lined with absorbent paper, in close confinement with fresh foodplant, and changed daily. Fuller hints on the page for Plastic Rearing Containers. For illustrated instructios see the All Colour Paperback BUTTERFLIES.

 

 

 

 

 

Worldwide Butterflies - over 50 years of supplying butterflies, moths, livestock, and entomological equipment

Featured
Belted Beauty Lycea zonaria PUPAE
An exceptional rarity in Britain and a much prized find in any country. The female is fat, furry and wingless. Males fly by day and by night. Not difficult in captivity on a range of foodplants. A species that specialists will appreciate!
Availability: NOW
Pine Arches Moth Panthea coenobita 5 pupae
Pupae arriving in December. Seldom available. Not well-known among breeders, so a chance to rear a new species.
Availability: December
£18.75 £12.95
Small Eggar Moth Eriogaster lanestris 6 cocoons
The cocoons, like little nuts, are available immediately. Store cold until spring. The Small Eggar is unusual and interesting in all its stages, and very easy to rear, particularly if larvae are sleeved.
Availability: NOW
£12.95
Ampelophaga rubiginosa from Far Eastern Russia PUPAE
Never before listed by WWB. Difficult to obtain, pupae available immediately. Rear larvae on vine and creeper. Other plants a possibility. For the connoisseur.
Availability: NOW
Oak Hawk Marumba quercus 2 pupae
The Oak Hawkmoth is found in central and southern Europe, in the Oak forest areas. The moth has the most amazing camouflage when resting on a bunch of dried leaves. See the picture.
Availability: December
£14.00
Tiger Swallowtail glaucus pupae
One of the finest Swallowtails in North America. Large and boldly marked. Some females emerge as an interesting melanic form.
Availability: NOW
Black Swallowtail asterias pupae
Closely related to our Swallowtail, breeds like it and can be hybridised. Difficult to obtain. Some pupae immediately available.
Availability: NOW
SIlver-striped Hawkmoth Hippotion celerio pupae
Pupae immediately available. Ideal for perfect specimens for the collection, or rear larvae on Dock or one of many different foodplants.
Availability: NOW
Colorado Pine Silkmoth Coloradia doris
FIrst time offered. Very unusual Silkmoth from N. America. Larvae feed on Pines. Eggs ready in early summer.
Availability: Summer
£13.95
Cinnabar Moth Hipocrita jacobaeae pupae
One of our most colourful moths. Heading towards extinction, the Cinnabar is making some recovery. Can you help your local populations of this lovely day-flying moth?
Availability: NOW
European Cynthia Moth Philosamia cynthia cocoons
Wild-collected wild and large cocoons of this relative of the Atlas Moth that is established in a few restricted parts of Europe. Easy to breed.
Availability: NOW
Scarce Swallowtail podalirius 5 pupae
Very fine and healthy pupae to hatch in the spring. One of Europe's most exotic butterflies.
Availability: NOW
£20.00
CEBALLOSI subspecies of Graellsia isabellae Pupae
A localised and scarce form of the Spanish Moon Moth, arguably the most beautiful Moth in Europe.
Availability: December onwards
Eri Silkmoth Philosamia cynthia ricini eggs or larvae according to availability
Continuously brooded, easily reared on Privet and other evergreen foliage. Large and spectacular moths.
Availability: NOW
The Goodden GemLight
The world's most compact moth light. Powerful and lasts all night, running on no more than 8 AA batteries! For Moonlander Moth trap.
Availability: NOW
£149.95
Brown Hairstreak T. betulae 20 eggs
Store eggs cool until they hatch to feed on the opening Blackthorn buds. A species seldom encountered, and suffering from countryside neat hedge trimming.
Availability: NOW
£12.95
Squeaking Silkmoth Rhodinia fugax diana 15 eggs
One of the most unusual and interesting species to rear. Eggs from the Far East are arriving shortly. Store cold until spring. Limited stocks.
Availability: NOW
£16.95
Madagascan Moon Moth mittrei 10 eggs
The most enormous eggs of all Lepidoptera! Rear in winter on Eucalyptus. Larvae change colours in early stages, becoming very large and solid.
Availability: Spring
£16.95
OSIER A wonderful foodplant. Ten cuttings
Fast-growing, alternative foodplant for surprising range of species, even Silkmoths and Hawkmoths. Click to read more.
Availability: NOW
£10.00
Madagascan Moon Moth mittrei  giant cocoons
The world's largest Moon Moth - by far. Endemic to Madagascar. Both sexes highly spectacular.
Availability: NOW
Swallowtail Papilio machaon machaon Sweden pupae
VERY SPECIAL! Swedish nominate subspecies, not at all the same as machaon across the rest of Europe, and nearer to britannicus.
Availability: NOW
Peacock Butterfly Inachis io  Pupae
In the wild, Peacock numbers are low due to losses last winter. Here is a chance to help local populations to recover.
Availability: NOW
Vapourer Moth antiqua 50 eggs
Egg mass of at least 50. Store cold until spring. Very beautiful larvae, extremely easy to rear. Curious wingless female seldom moves off the cocoon and there it lays its eggs.
Availability: NOW
£10.50
Giant Atlas Moth Attacus atlas cocoons
Freshly arrived cocoons to incubate now or store for breeding in the spring.
Availability: NOW
Dark Green Fritillary aglaia 20 larvae
Hibernating larvae to raise in spring, on potted wild violet.
Availability: NOW
£12.95
Antheraea yamamai 15 overwintering Eggs
Winter eggs stored cold, hatch in spring. Larvae feed on Oak and other common trees. Bright green cocoons. Moths emerge in autumn.
Availability: NOW
£12.95
Orange Tip Anthocharis cardamines pupae
Extraordiary thorn-like pupae. Store cold until April. The butterflies are harbingers of spring! Pupae very hard to obtain.
Availability: NOW
Small Elephant Hawk porcellus pupae
Bright magenta moths, that breed well in a large cage, on growing foodplant. Not easily obtained.
Availability: NOW
£18.00
Catocala dilecta 12 eggs
A Underwing new to WWB. An Oak Feeder like sponsa, but a different south European species from Croatia.
Availability: NOW
£19.95
Catocala pacta  Russia 10 eggs
Another new species for WWB. This Underwing is from Russia and is reared on Willows and Sallows. Only a few of the new species available.
Availability: NOW
£16.95
Clifden Nonpareil (Blue Underwing) Catocala fraxini 15 Eggs
The largest of the Underwings, and the only blue species. Store eggs cold until spring. Easy reared sleeved on Poplar.
Availability: NOW
£12.95
Antherina suraka Madagascar 15 eggs
Amazing larvae that become numerous colour forms. Easy on Privet at 20°. Very colourful moth. Not commonly bred.
Availability: December/January
£12.95
Hickory Horned Devil regalis 10 eggs
One of the grandest species you can rear. Fearsome caterpillars, and strikingly exotic moths. Recently unavailable, but we now have a good breeding stock.
Availability: Summer 2017
£14.95
Emperor Gum Moth eucalypti cocoons
Larvae feed on Eucalyptus and reportedly Birch. Fresh cocoons available immediately.
Availability: NOW
Willowherb Hawkmoth Proserpinus proserpina Pupae
An amazingly beautiful green patterned Hawkmoth that is reared on Willowherb. Interesting larvae, that eat a lot!
Availability: NOW
Gonimbrasia zambezina  Pupae
A magnificent African Silkmoth that can be reared on Oak. Can you add to knowledge of alternative foodplants? Wonderful larvae!
Availability: Spring
African Moon Moth Argema mimosae Cocoons
Fresh supplies of cocoons of this magnificent African Moon Moth, which is like a Madagascan Moon in miniature and delicately coloured.
Availability: Spring
Chequered Blue Scolitantides orion 4 pupae
Dormant pupae of this mountain Blue. Breed in summer on Sedum. Difficult to obtain.
Availability: NOW
£15.95
SLEEVE Size 3  50 x 100 cm   Medium Size
There are big reductions on Sleeves for rearing larvae at the moment.
Availability: NOW
£6.95
Tagoropsis leporina, Madagascar pupae
Very seldom offered. An attractive species for the Silkmoth connoisseur.
Availability: NOW
Ceranchia apollina Madagascar pupae
A Madagascan Silkmoth with unusual soft cream colouring. Males and females quite distinct. Seldom offered.
Availability: NOW
Marbled White galathea 20 larvae
Larvae can be overwintered on a potted tussock of coarse grass, enclosed in a sleeve, and kept out of doors in the open. Late summer is the only time these are available.
Availability: NOW
£12.95
Lepidopterist's Rearing Outfit
Introductory outfit for starting to rear butterflies and moths. SPECIAL PRICE!
Availability: NOW
£59.50 £43.95
Papilio antenor Madagascar 2 pupae
One of the largest Swallowtails in the world. Pupae like miniature Birdwing chrysalis.
Availability: Summer
£12.50
TRAVEL CAGE 26cm diameter 20cm high.
A new cage design for when you are on the move and need every facility in almost no space!
Availability: NOW
£23.60
Plastic Box Size 8 Medium. Pack of Six
An excellent new size for rearing larvae. Pack of six.
Availability: NOW
£15.50
Plastic Box Size 6 Extra Large. Pack of 2
Large clear plastic rearing container. Recommended for larger larvae or large numbers of smaller ones.
Availability: NOW
£16.00
Pyjama Mini Cage 22 x 29 x 25cm high
The MINI PJ cage has now grown about a third and is better proportioned. Price held.
Availability: NOW
£19.50
Pyjama Cage LARGE 60 x 40 cm changeable height
Revolutionary design. Lots of space. Easy to maintain. Choose between low or high and change at will. Temporary SPECIAL PRICE!
Availability: NOW
£49.50 £39.95
New Design LARVAE FORCEPS
New to the WWB website. High quality forceps for use in larvae rearing - at a very low price
Availability: NOW
£1.99
NETTING Fine Black Nylon 10 metres
Worldwide Butterflies netting price is very low. Now there is a SPECIAL PROMOTION PRICE on 10 metres!
Availability: NOW
£31.95 £22.95
Artificial Mulberry Diet for 20 Silkworms
Special Promotion Price. Substitute food for silkworms when mulberry difficult to find.
Availability: NOW
£10.00
Complete MINI SILK FARM
Outfit to rear silkworms from egg to cocoon, complete with diet, and equipment to reel the silk - some 3 miles from each cocoon!
Availability: NOW
£59.50 £39.50
Idea leuconoe Philippines 5 pupae
With papery wings leuconoe difts through the jungle!
Availability: February
£8.00
Morpho peleides pupae
Magnificent, iridescent blue, and very large! You can have these emerge at home!
Availability: February

IMPORTANT NOTES

 Livestock orders not able to be supplied are carried over for priority supply the next season. Please inform us if you wish to cancel and be credited or refunded.

Livestock sent to UK addresses will be replaced or credited if it arrives dead and is reported within 2 days. Not if it dies subsequently or is reported later.  Overseas orders are sent only at the buyer's risk.

Please note that all prices are subject to 20% VAT (except books and orders from non-EU countries), and carriage charges, which will be added to your order at the checkout.

Livestock sent outside the UK, whilst we do our best to see that it arrives safely, is sent at the BUYER'S RISK. Livestock to Mediterranean countries is often subject to delay and hot climate. Please do not order eggs/larvae, nor pupae that are not dormant, to be sent where it is hot.  Livestock sent to USA need USDA permits. We cannot send to AUS or NZ, unless government authorised.

 

WWB email: sales@wwb.co.uk