I know it sounds silly, but I'm so excited because my mealworms are finally starting to pupae! I purchased these guys almost a month ago as 50 medium mealworms and ended up with about 150 super small mealworms. I stuck them on oats with carrots in their little container and have patiently been checking on them and waiting for them to grow. I noticed they were starting to get larger with LOTS of shed exoskeleton and was getting excited, but then checked on them one day and found two or three dead. Well, I didn't give up. About four days later after finding the dead ones, I have three pupae! There are more that look like they're fixing to turn. I've moved the pupae into a pupae container where they will sit and change. Gosh, I'm just so excited! I know it's silly, they're just worms/beetles after all. But hey! This is one step closer to not having to buy feeders every two weeks! I do have a question, though. I know these guys need humidity and such to shed. Do they need humidity to exit their pupae state? And if they do, how should I provide that?