Are your roaches reproducing slowly or not at all? Are you having other production problems with a breeder colony? While Dubia roaches are extraordinarily healthy feeders, the trade-off is that they can be fussy and slow to multiply. Get help identifying and fixing common Dubia roach breeding problems.
Information About Dubia Roach Colonies
Captive roach colonies require certain maintenance and care to thrive. Learn how to build, support, and maintain the social and spacial enclave we call a colony, and how to cultivate one of your own by breeding.
All the information you need to breed and raise vigorous, productive Dubia roaches. Includes important considerations about planning your colony, set-up issues and advice, and tips and techniques to quickly grow a small Dubia breeding colony into one large enough to provide a steady supply of healthy, nutritious feeders.
A widely-held belief is that Dubia roach nymphs grow faster in their own enclosure after being removed from breeding colonies. But is this true? A study found that nymphs grow both faster and bigger in the presence of adults as opposed to isolation. Read this post for details…