Roaches are naturally associated with mites in the wild, and the relationship is usually symbiotic. However, mite infestation of a captive Dubia roach colony is a very different situation. In fact, it’s potentially a very serious problem. Learn how to rid a Dubia colony of mites in 7 steps.
Articles differ from posts in that they are typically longer, more in-depth discussions of core issues relating to Dubia roaches. All of our articles are listed below.
Dubia roaches are arguably the most nutritious insect, but does that mean you don’t have to gutload them? The answer is no! Most captive animals benefit from gut-loaded feeders – even Dubias! Find out why, learn helpful gut-loading tips, and find out which gutloads to avoid.
Are you unsure whether or not to add Dermestid beetle cleaner crews to your Dubia roach colony? The benefits and costs…the ups and downs…of this common question are discussed in this article.
“How many Dubia roaches do I need to start a colony” is among the questions we are most frequently asked. This post provides the answer, and it depends on what you want from the colony and when you want it.
Instructions for using Dermestid beetles and their larvae as “cleaner crews” in a B. dubia or other roach colony. It’s simple, easy and effective, but there are a few things you should know to ensure colony harmony and success.
For Dubia roach breeding projects, knowing a little about how fast they’re supposed to grow can save time and even help identify problems that may have otherwise gone undetected.