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References Abduh M.Y., Jamilah M., Istiandari P., Manurung S., Manurung R. (2017). Biocon-version of rubber seeds to produce protein and oil-rich biomass using black soldier fly larva assisted by microbes. J. Entomol. Zool. Stud., 5: 591–597. Alifian M.D., Sholikin M.M., Evvyernie D., Nahrowi (2019). Potential fatty acid composition of Hermetia illucens oil reared on different substrates. Proc. 9th Annual Basic Science International Conference (BaSUC) IOP Conf. Series: Mat. Sci. Eng., 546: 062002. AOAC (2005). Agricultural chemicals; contaminants; drugs

communities of rainbow trout ( Oncorhynchus mykiss ) fed with Hermetia illucens (black soldier fly) partially defatted larva meal as partial dietary protein source. Aquaculture, 487: 56–63. Edgerton M.D. (2009). Increasing crop productivity to meet global needs for feed, food, and fuel. Plant Physiol., 149: 7–13. Egerton S., Culloty S., Whooley J., Stanton C., Ross R.P. (2018). The gut microbiota of marine fish. Front. Microbiol., 9: 1–17. Elia A.C., Capucchio M.T., Caladroni B., Magara G., Jozef A., Dőrr M., Biasato E., Righeltti M., Pastorino P., Parearo M., Francesco G

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The goal of the present study was to investigate the olfactory attractiveness of air-dried insects used as aromas to dogs. The trial consisted of 35 adult dogs (20 males, 15 females) aged between 12 months and 7 years (mean = 3.6), varied in terms of breed, kept as companion animals. The dogs had free olfactory access to selected unprocessed dried insects, i.e., mealworm (Tenebrio molitor), Turkestan cockroach (Shelfordella lateralis), black soldier fly (Hermetia illucens), and tropical house cricket (Gryllodes sigillatus), as well as commercial dried and pelleted dog feed, which was used as a control treatment. Samples (100 g) were located separately in non transparent closed boxes with 5 perforations in the cover (7 mm each) to improve the intensity of the aromas without direct contact with the tested samples. The box was recorded as chosen when the dog showed interest in it for more than 15 seconds continuously per each attempt (3 attempts per dog). The presented study shows that the selected insect species were chosen as frequently as the control group (P=0.03). However, in terms of preferences by dog gender, Tenebrio molitor was favored more often by males than by females, which preferred Shelfordella lateralis. The current preliminary data suggest that the olfactory features of the selected insect species may be attractive to dogs.

). Nutritional potential of selected insect species reared on the island of Sumatra. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health, 14: 521. Alifian M.D., Sholikin M.M., Evvyernie D.(2019). Potential fatty acid composition of Hermetia illucens oil reared on different substrates. In IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering. IOP Publishing. 546: 062002. Alves A.V., Sanjinez-Argandoña E.J., Linzmeier A.M., Cardoso C.A.L., Macedo M.L.R.(2016). Food value of mealworm grown on Acrocomia aculeata pulp flour. PLoS One, 14: 11. Arrese E.L., Soulages J.L.(2010). Insect fat

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., Dabbou S ., Kovitvadhi A., Zoccarato I ., Gasco L., Schia vone A. (2015). Nutritional value of two insect larval meals (Tenebrio molitor and Hermetia illucens) for broiler chickens: Apparent nutrient digestibility, apparent ileal amino acid digestibility and apparent metabolizable energy. Anim. Feed Sci. Technol., 209: 211-218. Diener S., Zurbrügg C., Gutiérrez F.R., Nguyen D.H., Morel A., Koottatep T., Tockner K. (2011). Black soldier fly larvae for organic waste treatment - prospects and constraints. Proc. WasteSafe - 2nd International Conference on Solid Waste

.P.B., Falcão-e-Cunha L., Bessa R.J.B. (2018). Incorporation of Black Soldier Fly ( Hermetia illucens L.) larvae fat or extruded linseed in diets of growing rabbits and their effects on meat quality traits including detailed fatty acid composition. Meat Sci., 146: 50–58. Daszkiewicz T., Gugołek A., Janiszewski P., Kubiak D., Czoik M. (2012). The effect of intensive and extensive production systems on carcass quality in New Zealand White rabbits. World Rabbit Sci., 20: 25–33. De Blas C., Mateos G.G. (2010). Feed formulation. In: The Nutrition of the Rabbit, 2nd ed., De Blas C