Apr 13, 2021 - 06:35 AM
An abundance of them is not a good thing in a bioactive enclosure as they will root out and eat any moist organic material to eat. This will include eggs of other invertebrates in your enclosure.
Noticing beetles does not necessarily mean that you have an overabundance of larvae or worms; it only means that a Superworm has found a lonely place to pupate and turn into a lone beetle.
If you find a beetle in your enclosure, just pluck it out and dispose of it humanely by placing it in the freezer for several hours; it will go dormant before passing away and then you can dispose of it safely in the trash. This will prevent it from breeding with another beetle providing you with hatching and hungry Superworm larvae.