Article reference list

In order to supply the most up to date and scientifically correct information possible, the authors will often make use of research articles. This page contains the list of the articles that were used.

Articles are referenced using the list number on this page. They are in no specific order.

A large number of the reference articles listed here were used for calculating the average level of protein, fat, moisture and the calcium to phosphorus levels (Ca:P) of the common feeder insects that can be fed to Bearded dragons. The feeder insects compared are crickets, Dubia roaches, mealworms, silkworms, waxworms, superworms, butterworms and waxworms.

(1) Nutritional composition of five commercial edible insects in South Korea

(2) Edible insects – Future prospects for food and feed security

(3) Effect of sex on the nutritional value of house cricket, Acheta domestica L.

(4) A Panacea for Protein-Deficient-Malnutrition and Food Insecurity in Nigeria

(5) Insects as sources of iron and zinc in human nutrition

(6) Feed Conversion, Survival and Development, and Composition of Four Insect

(7) Nutritional and sensory quality of edible insects

(8) Complete nutrient content of four species of commercially available feeder insects fed enhanced diets during growth

(9) The evaluation of the potential of Tenebrio molitor, Zophobas morio, Naophoeta cinerea, Blaptica dubia, Gromphardhina portentosa, Periplaneta americana, Blatta lateralis, Oxyhalao duesta and Hermetia illucens for use in poultry feeds

(10) The Yellow mealworm as a novel source of protein

(11) Nutritional value of mealworms, Tenebrio molitor as food source

(12) Potential of field crickets meal (Gryllus bimaculatus) in the diet of African catfish (Clarias gariepinus)

(13) An evaluation of the nutrients and some anti-nutrients in silkworm

(14) An investigation into the chemical composition of alternative invertebrate prey

15) Nutrient composition of Blaptica dubia (Order Blattodea) as an alternative protein source

16) Blaptica dubia Cockroaches

17) Insects as food – Something for the future

18) The evaluation of the potential of Tenebrio molitor, Blatta lateralis, Blaptica dubia, Hermetia illucens and Naupheta cinerea for human consumption

19) Complete nutrient content of four species of feeder insects

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