Dubia Roach Colony
Breeding Dubia roaches is very simple. The downside: They are one of the slowest breeding feeder insects on the market. But at Topflight Dubia, we've perfected how to breed Dubia roaches. A Dubia roach life cycle varies greatly and depends on a number of factors, like daily diet, the roaches' water source and the average environmental temperature. Dubia roaches grow faster at higher temperatures; however, we've found it's best to grow them in cooler environments. Our facility stays between 76? and 79? at all times. We feel it creates less stress on the Dubias and produces greater longevity. Shop premium Dubia roaches for your Dubia roach colony today.
Creating Your Own Dubia Roach Colony
Having your own Dubia roach colony is a great option if you only have a few mouths to feed. If you have a lot of pets, you can deplete a colony very quickly. At Topflight Dubia, we recommended a 3:1 female to male ratio. Too many males can create competition and infighting between the male Dubias, resulting in males with deformed wings. Make sure your Dubia roach colony is well established before feeding out of it.