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Tanzanian Giant Tail-less Whip Scorpion (Damon variegatus)

Have a look at the offspring on board!

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Live food

Silent Crickets
(Gryllus assimilis)
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argest species of brown cricket and the quietest of all - albeit not silent!

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Frozen food

Stock up your freezers!
We sell a wide range of frozen food, at very competitive prices.
Please ask the sales team for details.



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Livestock

Oriental Fire Bellied Toad (Bombina orientalis)
See our facebook page for more pictures from this week's list.

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Dry goods

With an open top design for maximum ventilation, most experts agree that the Tortoise Table is the perfect home for a tortoise. 

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Monkfield Nutrition has been a market leader in the breeding of livefood for over 25 years.  During this time, we have set up an extensive reptile captive breeding programme, the largest European rodent farm and introduced a full range of reptile equipment, including innovative own brand products.

For trade account information and enquiries please contact our office on 01223 208261 or email sales@monkfieldnutrition.co.uk

Live food

Dubia Roach

Crickets, locusts, dubia roaches, mealworms, morioworms and waxmoth larvae are all available from Monkfields breeding facility and packed fresh on day of despatch.


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Frozen food

Monkfield Frozen Bags

Superior quality rodents bred by Monkfield and accurately graded and packed. Chicks, rabbits, gerbils and packed frozen fish food also available.


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Livestock

orange lizard

Monkfield has the largest captive breeding program of reptiles in Europe. Livestock also sourced from other UK breeders and reputable overseas suppliers.


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Dry Goods

Bamboo Root Small

Check out our brand new range of natural vivarium decor. Pictured here, the Bamboo Root is perfect for basking and climbing for a wide range of species


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    Friday, December 19, 2014

    Christmas is creeping closer and so we come to our final reptile list of 2014...read more

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