What Do Dubia Roaches Eat?

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How To Start a Dubia Roach Colony

The task might seem daunting at first, but more and more keepers are now turning toward breeding their own feeder roaches. Having your own dubia roach colony is beneficial in many ways: you are able to control what they eat, you will always have roaches of various sizes on hand, and no longer will you have to pay for shipping or worry about the process of having your bugs sent through the mail. In this article, we will discuss how to start a dubia roach colony, how to set it up and how to ensure it thrives and produces for you and your animals.
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A Guide to Raising Wax Worms

Wax worms (or "waxworms") are incredible feeder insects that have many purposes outside of nourishing our beloved reptiles. Although their adult form, the greater wax moth, is not necessarily much to see, the waxworm's versatility in applications to human and animal life is unmatched. Not only can they produce silk and provide high levels of nutrition to your pet reptiles, but they are also being considered as a biological control method to fight pollution. Wax worms are a multipurpose feeder insect that would undoubtedly benefit both you and your pet.
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How To Raise Mealworms

Mealworms are some of the most popular feeder insects for reptiles and amphibians, and among the easiest to raise and care for. These little critters are highly nutritious for pets such as lizards and frogs – and if you so desire, you can munch on a few as well! If you’re searching for a great feeder insect, read on to learn how to raise mealworms.
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How To Store Dubia Roaches

You’ve purchased your first lot of dubia roaches! Now what? Whether you’re breeding them or holding onto them until you feed them out to other animals, storing and keeping dubia roaches couldn’t be any easier.
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Can Dubia Roaches Infest Your House?

Don't be afraid to raise a colony of Dubia roaches to maintain a supply of healthy food for your insect-eating pets.
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Hornworms

When it comes to providing your reptile with the best feeder insects, we have a great recommendation for you: the hornworm. Care is not only simple, but raising hornworms also requires very little maintenance. There are many types of vegetables that can be used as hornworm food. But what if you don't know anything about this unique feeder insect? Don't worry — we're here to help. To review hornworm care, we'll go over some common facts to help you understand questions like "What do hornworms turn into?" "How do I house hornworms?" and more.
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U.S. Shipping

We are one of the few companies to have a USDA APHIS permit to legally ship dubia roaches in the U.S. Topflight Dubia is a family-owned business in Pearland, Texas, just a few miles outside of Houston. We work hard to raise the healthiest, liveliest, and most nutritious feeders on the market. And, our central location in Texas makes shipping costs to all points in the country much more affordable. We pass those savings on to you!

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