Dubia roaches are a roach species located in Central and South America. Baby blaptica dubia are around 3/16” inch and adults can reach 1 ½” to 2 inches. After adulthood they can live up to 12 months. Blaptica dubia have the great advantage of being extremely easy to sex as the adult males have full wings while the adult females have only tiny wing stubs. Even though they may have wings, they are unable to fly. They are also very slow movers. If one happens to escape you will have no problem catching them. They do not burrow and they also cannot climb smooth surfaces. They are a live bearing species and reproduce the slowest of all non-climbers. They have little to no odor making it much easier to be around them. They do not make any noise as they mature unlike Crickets. Read More
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