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Re: "Kenway" <kenway at planet_net>: NANFA-- Culturing flour bugs

They're just common household moth larvae.  I find them in corn flour, white
flour, cereal, and particularlly rice.  As to culturing them, I'm not sure
how to do it, as I've never really used them as food.  I dont' believe it
would be too difficult though.  Take an aquarium with some very fine mesh
screening.  Put a bunch of dry flour or such in the bottom, and add a bunch
of the larvae.  I'm not positive, but I think I've read somewhere that moths
don't eat once mature.  
J. L. Wiegert