Adult Female Dubia
Adult Female Dubia
Adult female dubias make great feeders for large insectivorous or omnivorous reptiles, amphibians, and invertebrates. Adult females are meatier than males and slow-moving, making them easy to catch for slower species.
These are not old, burnt-out breeders — you will receive a random mix of adult females ranging from freshly molted to several month-old gravid females. If you’re thinking about starting your own dubia colony, you’ll need one male for every three females.
To prevent potential choking when feeding adult dubia, lizards should not be fed dubia larger than their head. Dubias should always be lightly dusted with calcium powder before feeding.
We generally do not recommend buying adults unless you really need instant production. Many places will sell you old breeders. While we don’t do that, adults are still less hardy than nymphs (younger dubia) and will be more susceptible to die in shipping.
We do all counts by weight in grams, and we always weigh heavy to insure over count for dead and undersized dubias.
We do not ship dubias to Florida, Hawaii, or outside the US. This is due to the local laws in those areas.
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Females were nice plump and healthy! And even came w a few small nymphs!
Great, all arrived perfectly and even had some baby's all ready. Perfect for starting my first colony. No dead
Producing baby roaches as hoped arrived on time and alive
1st set I got had babies within a month, 2nd set was to just add to the colony and they are great quality and the babies tell me that the females are good quality.
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Arrived alive and well. One died a day after but they usually pack a few extra so it was not an issue. (Just fyi) My Dubia colony is thriving and I’m a first time dragon/roach keeper.
I ordered 25 Adult Females and 10 Adult Males. they came in the same package, boxed amazingly with all the correct labels. All of the accounted roaches were shipped, only one was dead. The dead one was a less dominant male with torn up wings, most likely got in a fight for dominance, but that is all natural. would definitely recommend to anyone who is looking for roaches for feeding or to start breeding. if I ever need more I know where to buy :)