Dubia Roaches: Medium 5/8" (SM)

Count: 25
Sale price$ 7.50


These dubia roaches are approximately 5/8" in length.  These feeder dubia nymphs are perfect feeders for amphibians and invertebrates such as pacman frogs, crested geckos, tokay geckos, bearded dragons, giant centipedes, blue-tongue skinks, and pink zebra  tarantulas.

As a general guideline, it's advisable not to offer reptiles dubia roaches that are wider than the space between their eyes.

Nutrition Value:
Moisture:  65.6%
Protein:  23.4%
Fat:  7.2%
Fiber:  2.9%

Our dubia roaches are fed with an organic diet that's formulated to meet the nutritional needs of bearded dragons and leopard geckos. We have tested this formula on our own reptiles for over 6 years and found it to be effective. Other pets can also benefit from the nutritional value of our roach chow .  It is important to note that the nutritional value starts to decrease once they ship.   To boost up the nutritional value feed your dubia our roach chow prior to feeding them to your pet.

Dubia come in cups up to specific quantities; beyond these limits, they are packed in bags (turn bag inside out to remove all dubia). 

Please note that we do not use cups when temperatures are excessively high.

These products will be cupped.  If a bag is preferred please leave a note at checkout.

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These products will be bagged.

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We take precautions by weighing more to account for potential dead or undersized dubia. 

All dubia are mixed male and females. 

We do not ship dubia to Florida, Hawaii or outside the US. 

Customer Reviews

Based on 31 reviews

They definitely gave me extra!! They also threw in a gift of BSFL!!


Product arrived really fast and all Dubias were alive. In the past orders it was a HIT AND MISS, but Overall I'm Satisfied.

Dubia Roaches

Order arrived quickly and the Bearded Dragon loved them. However, I've not been able to catch them in stock again.

Jana Faulkner
Happy bearded dragon

We downgraded on the size this time so we could keep the dubias longer & I’m glad I did. I’m not sure why but my bearded son will not eat the dubias after they reach a certain size not sure if it’s an instinct they have or if he’s just a little funny about it but with these semi little guys he definitely has a ball chasing after his meals or stalking them till the last minute. Thanks again for helping me keep my boy happy & full!


Some were dead

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