Betta132 Posted July 13, 2017 Share Posted July 13, 2017 I'm starting up a dubia display colony. I know that's not what most people use dubias for, but I kinda like how they look, and they seem fairly bold if the light isn't too bright. Worth a try. I don't really want to deal with having several hundred extra roaches, though, so what can I do to slow their breeding without hurting them? Do they just breed constantly, or is there something I can do to make them think it isn't breeding time yet? If not, I'll just dump them all out when I have about the right number, sort them by sex, and set the smallest ones aside until they can be sexed properly. I'd like to keep a mix of sexes for appearance, though. Also, is there anything in particular that I can give them to make them big, or is it just sheer amount of food? Setup is below. It's a 10gal containing a thin layer of coco fiber bedding with a few pieces of bark and a bunch of deer bones on top. Simple, but I think it doesn't look half bad as a roach display. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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