|Orange Spot Domino Roach||Turkistan Roaches 20 count|
Therea regularis is the new and rare true-breeding version of the popular Domino Cockroach. Very young nymphs available.
The "cricket replacement" feeder roach. Mixed size nymphs available in groups of a 20 for $10
|Australian Roach||Basic Cockroach Habitat Kit|
Periplaneta australasiae. Pretty, glossy red, brown, and yellow.
Everything your pet cockroaches need for a happy home!
|Cockroach Substrate||Extinct in the Wild Roach|
Four different substrate options tailored to match the needs of your pet cockroaches.
Simandoa conserfariam The Simandoa Cave Roach
|Harlequin Roach||Little Kenyans (9 ct)|
Neostylopyga rhombifolia. Prettiest roach in the hobby? Medium-large nymphs available.
A very small species gaining popularity as a feeder. Nine pack for $9.
|Roach Jelly||Warty Glowspot|
Roach jelly is a great source of nourishment for your cockroach pets.
Lucihormetica verrucosa. Larger and bumpier! Small nymphs available. A great handling species.
|Peppered Roaches||Colossal Cockroach|
Archimandrita tesselata get huge, are easy to handle and great for display! Small to medium nymphs.
Blaberus colosseus--one of the largest at maturity (very small nymphs available).
|Blaberus craniifer Death's Head Cockroach||Blaberus discoidalis Discoid Roaches|
Black with ivory markings and a jack o lantern face on the pronotum (adults). Small nymphs available.
One of the all-time most popular feeder roaches. Available as 12 small nymphs for $9.
|Blaberus fusca Cockroach (10 count)||Blaberus giganteus Giant Cave Roach|
Small nymphs available in 10 packs.
The Giant Cave Roach is the longest cockroach in the hobby. Very young nymphs at $3 each.
|Blaptica dubia Roach (15 Count)||Cryptocercus wrighti (Colony of 8)|
Blaptica dubia by the fifteen count (small nymphs).
Cryptocercus wrighti Wood Cockroaches- ask about availability on this species.
|Domino Roaches Therea petiveriana||Ergaula capucina (5 ct.)|
The cutest cockroach--like big ladybugs! Click for video.
The Burmese Beetle Mimic Cockroach. My favorite cockroach!
|Six-spotted Cockroach (5 count)||Eublaberus sp. "Ivory"|
Eublaberus distanti is similar to the orange head roach. 5 nymphs for $10.
A large, pale species with pretty markings on the pronotum and transparent wings at maturity. See video. Nymphs available.
|Florida Skunk Roach||Eurycotis opaca var. "Sunset"|
Eurycotis floridana are a deep shade of glossy red.
A very pretty, non-burrowing species.
|Glowspot Cockroach||Goblin Roaches (5 Count)|
Lucihormetica subcincta- Adults are great for handling! Small nymphs available.
About as close to a cricket as hobby roaches get. Non-burrowing. 5 count tiny nymphs.
|Green Banana Roaches (dozen nymphs)||Gyna lurida (Yellow Form)|
Panchlora nivea, green banana roaches, are an attractive feeder species.
Gyna lurida Yellow roaches. Tiny nymphs available.
|Halloween Hissing Cockroach||Headlamp Roach Pantanal|
Elliptorhina javanica Hissing Cockroach very small/young nymphs available.
Non-climbing, non-flying. Small sized nymphs. Relative of the popular orange head roaches.
|Broad Keys Cockroach||Giant Lobster Roaches|
Hemiblabera tenebricosa is a medium-large, meaty species from Florida. Medium nymphs available.
|Macropanesthia rhinoceros Rhino Roach Male||Madagascar Hissing Cockroach|
Macropanesthia rhinoceros Rhino Roach.
Gromphadorhina portentosa are famous for the loud hissing noise they make.
|Orange Head Roach Eublaberus posticus||Polyphaga aegyptiaca Egyptian Desert Roach|
Orange head roaches are one of the all time most popular feeders. Currently available as small nymphs.
Polyphaga aegyptiaca Egyptian Desert Roach
|Princisia vanwaerebeki||Question Mark Cockroach|
Small nymphs of this colorful and unusual hissing cockroach.
Therea olegrandjeani. Very young nymphs.
|Roth's Burrowing Cockroach||Sand Cockroach (5 ct.)|
Byrsotria rothi are very plump at all stages.
Arenivaga sand roaches. Five small nymphs for $8.
|Firefly Roaches (30 ct.)||Tiger Hisser Gromphadorhina grandidieri|
Tiger Hisser Gromphadorhina grandidieri nymphs
|White Eye American Roaches||Wide Horn Hisser|
White Eye American Roaches
Gromphadorhina oblongonota very young nymphs
|Zebra Cockroach Eurycotis decipiens|
Zebra stripe roaches. Available as very young nymphs.