roach question

lychas

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hey, i'm after a roach that doesnt fly, doesnt matter if it climbs, and reproduces at a good rate, what am i after?
 

Bear Foot Inc

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I'd say dubia or discoids. Neither fly or climb. They get large, breed fast make good pets and are great food.
 

bugmankeith

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Hissers dont fly, they do climb, and if you have enough youll get a bunch of offspring. They also make great pets.
 

lychas

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who here breeds them? would like to ghet some nymphs of each species
 

Bear Foot Inc

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But you need them sent to Australia right? I'll be glad to sell them to you if you are in the USA but i cant ship out of the country.
 

Cheshire

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Hissers dont fly
You should see what happens when you hurl them at a decent rate ;)

I would PM Steve Nunn, he would know a lot about feeders availible in your neck of the woods.

I personally love my lobsters ;)
 

Aquanut

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Ive had discoids for 4 years and never had any flyer's. Ive heard that male dubias can fly a little bit but are easily contained with a screen lid.
 

Takumaku

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Gotta add my $.02

B. fumigata (cuban burrowing roach)
E. prosticus (orange headed roach)

Both will meet your needs.
 
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