Hi! I'm looking for a few common/uncommon species of Hissing roach
If anyone is selling these species or knows someone that does please comment or message me.
Hi forum, long time lurker here. I used to get my roaches off of a breeder who would pick out the right sizes for me (usually small as I once kept a lot of spiderlings) and that was that. However, they no longer breed and I'm in desperate need of small/extra small Turkistan roaches.
I have a B Lateralis (red runner) colony doing very well and it's getting very crowded with more babies appearing each day.
If anyone wants to drop in and collect some roaches please post here or pm me for my number and address - I am in Letchworth.
Please bring a large container to take them...
I've been keeping a feeder colony of Dubia roaches for around 3 years. Unfortunately, the lizard who was feeding on them has recently passed away.
I'm due to move house soon, and I have no need for these guys anymore.
No idea how many is in there, definitely over 1000. They were keeping a...
Quiet, hardy and non-smelling, dubia roaches are a nutritious feeder insect for crested geckos, leopard geckos, bearded dragons and many others.
Roaches which are fed on high protein foods for quick growth will build up dangerous uric acid which is harmful to reptiles and has been linked to...
I have a small b lateralis (red runner) colony doing very well and it's getting very crowded... only have a small collection and they can't eat them fast enough!
If anyone local wanted to come by for a tub of roaches please let me know.
If you could bring a cricket tub and egg crate to exchange...
Large colony for sale. Hundreds of all sizes. Container and egg cartons included. Great for lizards and arachnids. Odourless and easy to keep. Collection from Manaton on Dartmoor. Please pm as dont always check forums.
100 medium £7.00
200 medium £13.00
300 medium £19.00
500 medium £30.00
Plus £4.40 1st class recorded delivery
Medium = 8-20mm.
Buyers can ask for the roaches to be small mediums closer to 8mm or large mediums closer to 20mm
Hi I have a colony of dubia roaches for sale, there are over 700 females (counted today when cleaned out moved babies over to nursery) and 1000`s of nymphs of all sizes. I will be at Donny on Sunday so can take there.
They are housed in 2 rubs, one for the breeding females / males and one as a...
I have decided to stop the hobby as I have developed other interests (honey bees). I got rid of my spiders last season but still have the Dubia colonies left.
I have 2 large colonies in large storage boxes that I would like to go.
£70 per colony/box (if collected housing included, otherwise I...
I have some top quality roaches for sale in order to keep them in check.
100 Small Dubia £9.99
200 small Dubia £18.99
100 Medium Dubia £14.50
200 Medium Dubia £25.50
20 mated Adult females £10
20 Adult Males £5
I prefer to sell 100g starter colonies so now for for £18 shaken out as...
Hi all, I have been having a clear out of the roaches today and have plenty spare. Not been through the second colony yet but so far have over 300 excess females.
Cost:40p per adult female (a very good rate!) If Wanted I will happily sort males out for free at a 1:3 ratio.
£5 postage for over...
I bought supplies from roachcolony.com about 6-8 weeks ago in order to build up a colony as I was planning on getting another BD or Ackie. Unfortunately, I will not be getting another reptile at the moment and my BD likes his food to be a bit varied so I no longer need a colony of Dubia's.
I have been looking for a really natural cockroach set up for my dubias and madagascar hissing roaches but i cant seem to find any, everyone seems to have them as feeders and dont put much into them
Do you any of you keep them as pets and have really impressive tanks, im looking to redo mine...
Hello everyone. Due to the unfortunate fact of having to get rid of my beloved pets i now have to sell my also beloved Dubia colony. The Colony started 6 months ago with 1600 Mixed sizes but mainly adults and sub-adults using a 6 Female : 1 Male ratio and the females seem to be ALWAYS pregnant...