These dubia roaches are approximately 7/8" in length. These feeder dubia nymphs are perfect feeders for amphibians and invertebrates such as Tomato frogs, crested geckos, tokay geckos, black and white tegus, giant centipedes, blue-tongue skinks, and pink zebra tarantulas.
Our dubia feeders are fed a formulated organic diet that is precisely balanced to meet the nutritional needs of your bearded dragon or leopard gecko. There is no need for calcium and vitamin supplementation - not even dusting. Other pets love and will get the nutritional benefits of our organic fed dubia as well. We have done long term studies (over 6 years) on our own reptiles with this formula.
We sell by weight and weigh heavy to compensate for dead and undersized dubia.
We provide an average count. Most of the time you get more as we have built in over counts for count sensitive people. The weight is consistent which is what is important for pet satisfaction. It is not how many dubia your pet eats but how much food is in his tummy.
All dubia are mixed male and females.
These products will be cupped. If a bag is preferred please notify us.
14g: 25 count
27g: 50 count
41g: 75 count
54g: 100 count
108g: 200 count
These products will be bagged.
270g: 500 count
405g: 750 count
540g: 1000 count
We do not ship dubia to Florida, Hawaii or outside the US.
Every time my order comes fast and the roaches are healthy. I typically have a few roaches dead in the package but I think they add a few roaches per order in case that happens. I use them within a week so I cant speak to having them last longer.
Dubia Roaches: Medium 7/8" (ML) - Special
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As this was my first shipped order for dubias, I was nervous how it would go or if they would arrive alive. I was pleasantly surprised! Everything arrived great, healthy and on time even though they came from across the country! As well as being the price I found including shipping! Will be my go-to from now on!
They were live and well and packaged wonderfully.