May be a possibilty of a Meal Moth, the larvae resemble mealworms. They could of hitchhicked in the packing material used to store the superworms in.I had a "lost" (fell behind bookcase) container of superworms before and I when I found it a few weeks later i opened it. And there were still some live worms but there was also some type of moth-like creature tried flying out.
Any ideas on that?
yea, phoenix worms are just black soldier fly larvae. I hear beardies love em.I found out the hard way that pheonix worms turn into big, black wasplike flies. There were 13 of them loose in my lizard's cage and a few flitting about my bedroom. Guess he wasn't a fan of the worms.
Since I've seen the flies living around our garden anyway, I let them go as they were found. Last time I bought any of those worms.