For Sale (Cocoons)

Welcome to the ‘sales’ section of my website. First of all; I would like to thank you for your interest, readership, and curiosity. Second of all I wish to say that I didn’t start this website to capitalise it or make money from it. But like all things in life, studying and breeding moths costs money – a lot.  All the sales I make online help me fund this educational website, my moth research, conservation programs, this website(!) and my various online media.

Want to buy cocoons or livestock? Good news. Via my website, several options are available to users.  I can help with wholesale supply of fresh butterfly pupae, moth cocoons,  and more.

Option #1 – Butterfly Pupae Supplies (BPS): Butterfly Pupae Supplies is a company I am partnered with, but also an employee of – I help manage the sales, shipments, and breeding programs to breed and import new species to the hobby. We can supply butterfly farms and hobbyists with high quality & high quantity pupae of moths and butterflies in bulk. Excellent for butterfly farms, distributors, museums, standholders at fairs, or more advanced hobbyists that require big amounts of butterflies.
Click here to find out more about Butterfly Pupae Supplies!

Option #2 – Buy Subscription to the Moth Club:  Want to recieve cocoons to your doorstep, from me personally – automatically every month? Only for serious breeders and customers, it is now possible to buy a subscription from me online. Once you subcribe, I will begin automatically sending you pupae of the most fascinating moth species. Click here to find out more about The Moth Club! 

Option #3: Just be my (regular) Patron:  Patreon is the subscription based crowdfunding platform that I use to pay for my videos and websites. This is how I can afford to have the free time to make so many videos and insect blog articles. You can subscribe for as little as 1$ per month and it greatly helps my entomological work. Now, the point of Patreon is to passively support somebodies art, writings, websites, books, creative projects, Youtube channel, et cetera – not always to promise things for it in return. However, if you help me, I will try my best to help you in return. Sometimes I send my spare eggs and cocoons that I don’t need to some of my loyal Patrons that have supported me through the years. But you’ll have to send me a message on Patreon once you are subscribed; it also depends on the availability and the law (it’s not legal to send exotic animals in every country). You will also support me and my work with insects.  Click here to find out more about my Patreon

Thank you for reading my article. This is the end of this page. Below you will find some useful links to help you navigate my website better or help you find more information that you need about moths and butterflies. 

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Citations: Coppens, B. (2019); Written by Bart Coppens; based on a real life breeding experience [for citations in literature and publications] 

Was this information helpful to you? Then please consider contributing here (more information) to keep this information free and support the future of this website. This website is completely free to use, and crowdfunded. Contributions can be made via paypal, patreon, and several other ways.

All the funds I raise online will be invested in the website; in the form of new caresheets, but also rewriting and updating the old caresheets (some are scheduled to be rewritten), my educational websites, Youtube, breeding projects, the study of moths andconservation programs.

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