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Where To Buy Roaches

PRODUCT QUESTIONS: Q: How to tell the gender of a hissing cockroach? A: Hissing cockroaches have very small, but distinct differences in gender.Males have large horns on the front part of their bodies, directly behind their head. They also have hairy antennae.Females are smoother in appearance, possessing only small bumps. They have smooth antennae.Both genders hiss.A cockroach must be at least 3/4" long before gender identification is possible. Q: What are the different sizes of your Hissers? A: Hissing cockroaches are available for sale as juveniles and adults. Juveniles are approximately between 1/2" - 7/8", adults are approximately 1" - 2". Q: Do you allow ordering of a specific sex of cockroach? A: Currently we do not offer the option to choose the specific sex when ordering hissing cockroaches.

where to buy roaches

With care and thoughtful consideration. Our team has years of experience breeding, rearing, and packaging live dubia roaches for our buying customers. Whether you are located in frigid Minnesota, or blistering Arizona, our team will package and ship your order to account for the weather. Temps too cold? We will add a heat pack. Heat wave in the forecast? We will request the post office to hold your package.

It's no secret that dubia roaches are amazing feeders. But receiving them in the mail can be both exciting and frightening. Sure, your leopard gecko will love it. But how do you store 100's of dubia roaches so your pet can enjoy them for weeks? Our dubia roach video will show you what it's like to receive them in the mail, and how to set up a temporary habitat that let's them live for a few weeks for the benefit of your pet.

Dubia roaches are shipped with the United States Post Office. Some may cringe at this thought. However, USPS provides cost effective solutions, which helps us keep these exotic feeder insects more affordable, so that more pet parents may buy them for their amazing pet.

We are lucky enough to have multiple facilities, strategically located to minimize shipping time and cost. We ship from our locations in Pennsylvania, Louisiana, the west coast, which greatly reduces transit times, and helps get your dubia roaches in your hands faster.

There are a few reasons why bearded dragons love dubia roaches. First, it's because they're packed with hearty, meaty protein. This protein is lean, which means they won't get too chubby if they eat a lot of them. They would get chubby if they ate only superworms. And although a chubby bearded dragon is an amusing site, obesity is never a healthy way to live, especially for a bearded dragon.

But they also enjoy dubia roaches because they have very low amounts of chitin. Chitin is a tough, fibrous material that normally makes up an insect's exoskeleton. Mealworms and adult crickets are notorious for chitin. And chitin is a big reason why reptiles suffer from impaction. So, always find the feeder insects with low amounts of chitin.

Dubia roaches have 2 phases in their life cycle: nymphs and adults. And if you're looking for dubia roaches for sale, you'll want the nymph stage of the dubia roach life cycle. But no matter which stage, dubia roaches are well known for their nutritional value. Firstly, they have a lot of lean protein. Protein is critical for growing reptiles, and the amount of lean protein they offer is comparable to crickets. But dubia roaches are much more user-friendly than smelly crickets (not factoring in their allergy-inducing frass).

Dubia roaches also offer more calcium than crickets and superworms. Calcium is critical for bearded dragons and leopard geckos, because it helps prevent metabolic bone disease. MBD is very painful, and can be fatal. If your pet is suffering, please take him/her to a reptile vet near you. Although dubias do offer more calcium than crickets and superworms, black soldier fly larvae are the undisputed leaders in calcium supplements.

Crickets and dubia roaches are the most popular feeder insects for bearded dragons and other reptiles. They are both good feeders. However, they do differ in a few important areas. Read our dubia roach vs cricket guide, and learn which feeder insect offers the best nutritional value for your amazing, scaly pet.

Carnivorous and insectivorous reptiles need a lot of fat and protein in their diets. The protein helps them grow, and recover from injuries. And the fat provides with energy to get them through the day. Although amazing, dubia roaches don't satisfy the fat-needs for many reptiles, which makes the superworms a valuable feeder insect option.

Although they shine with their fat, superworms do not have nearly enough calcium to neutralize the phosphorus in their composition. This means they will require much more dusting than dubias. Overall, both are excellent feeders, with different benefits. Learn more about both superworms and dubia roaches in our comparative guide.

One can't deny the popularity of the dubia roach. They offer an excellent amount of protein, low chitin, decent fat, and good fiber. But one area where they lack is the calcium to phosophorus ratio. They offer a respectable 1:1 calcium to phosophorus ratio. But reptile experts recommend 2:1 ratio. So you'll still need to dust your roaches to satisfy your reptile's nutritional needs.

Or, you can buy black soldier fly larvae. Because are maggots, the black soldier fly larvae body is loaded with vital minerals that they need to help them go through metamorphosis. And bearded dragons and leopard geckos can take advantage of them, because they offer a 2:1 calcium to phosphorus ratio. This means that your pet will get all the nutritional value they need, without requiring a dusting. So before you start looking for dubia roaches for sale, consider the very comparable black soldier fly larvae, which offers superior mineral content.

Both dubia roaches and mealworm have a respectable amount of fat and protein. These are critical nutrients for any bearded dragon, leopard gecko, and other reptiles. But these alone aren't enough for reptiles and amphibians. Just as important is the calcium-to-phosphorus ratio. This ratio helps pet parents know how much dusting they need to do with their feeders.

Dubia roaches have a respectable 1-to-1 calcium/phosphorus ratio. This means that owners should still dust them. But mealworms have a terrible 1-to-14 calcium-to-phosphorus ratio. This is a horrible ratio, which should alert every caring pet owner. Providing a diet of only mealworms to your pet can lead to metabolic bone disease, because the phosphorus neutralizes the calcium. So although mealworms might be ok in moderation, do not make them the most common feeder for your pet.

If you have a juvenile pet that's eager to get some protein in her gut, then you can't go wrong with hornworms or dubia roaches. Hornworms pack nearly 58% of protein, which makes them a great snack. But they are only a great snack. Because their deceiving squishy bodies don't offer enough fat for reptiles and amphibians looking to plump up. Dubias do have a higher fat content, which makes them a preferred stable feeder compared to hornworms.

Additionally, hornworms are on the higher end of fiber. This extra fiber makes it more difficult for your pet to digest its food. Which means that dubia roaches are a better staple feeder, because they have less fiber.

Silkworms don't compare very well at all against dubia roaches. Silkworms have a terrible calcium:phosphorus ratio, which means that you'll need to dust them adequately. And they offer comparable protein and fiber.

The only real benefit to using silkworms is they have very little fat content. So if your pet is obese, then they may be a good consideration. But exercise is always preferred over an insufficient feeder insect. Here's a more detailed breakdown that compares dubia roaches vs. silkworms.

The debate between dubias and discoid roaches is ongoing. Dubias are superior in important areas like fat content and chitin. But discoid roaches offer a better calcium:phosphorus ratio, more protein, and they are legal in the state of Florida.

Dubia roaches have many nutritional benefits over other feeder insects. And this one of the largest reasons so many bearded dragon, leopard gecko, and other reptile pet parents desire them. The average insectivorous reptile will need a healthy amount of fat and protein; which are plentiful in dubia roaches. But dubias roaches come in a variety of sizes. And your pet varies in age and metabolism, which means that not all pets need the same size and quantity. Here is a thorough guide we wrote on how many dubias to offer your pet.

Young bearded dragons need a lot of protein to serve their high metabolism and growth rate. And dubia roaches offer an excellent amount of protein. This protein will help the bearded dragon reach maturity at the proper rate. But it's also important to note that roaches don't provide the calcium levels that reptiles need. So it's important to dust your roaches with calcium dust to avoid lethal diseases like metabolic bone disease.

Younger bearded dragons are almost strictly insectivores. Which means they want that delicious protein that can be abundantly found in dubia roaches. This is why it's important to dubia roaches for sale, so you can feed younger dragons plenty of muscle-building protein.

Although young dragons are always hungry for dubia roaches, they do need the nutrients and vitamins that are abundant in these vegetables. Younger dragons are notoriously difficult and pick with vegetables. Which is why it's important to gut load your dubia roaches. This will help ensure the roaches have all the nutrients, vitamins, and protein a growing dragon needs.

Leopard geckos are strictly insectivores. This means that they only want to eat bugs, like dubia roaches. The have an extremely short digestive track, which means they are not able to digest the fiber in fruits and vegetables. Therefore their source of nutritioun comes from insects. 041b061a72


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