|Roach Species: Ivory Head Roach|
|Scientific Name and Common Names||Eublaberus sp. 'Ivory'|
Ivory Head Roach
|Sizes||Gets bigger than Dubia roaches|
|Gives birth to live young and readily reproduces as long as they have food and Temps|
Of about 80 to 90 degrees.
|Easy to Mid-range. Although rearing Ivory Head Roaches is easy,|
it can be made difficult by their need to have substrate. Raised the same way
that Orange Head Roaches are raised with substrate of moist coir and leaves.
|The nymphs and adults cannot climb.|
|Coconut Coir Bedding or Peat Moss. They like to burrow.|
|Ivory Roaches are currently a rare breed in the roach world.|
Ivory Roaches seem to enjoy some crowding and they love food scraps.
The Ivory Roach is often used a composting roach.
|Males and female adults have wings and are an ivory color|
females are rounder, shorter and thicker. The nymphs are brown and
have a dark sheen with 3 brightly colored spots on either side of their bodies.
|Origin and Restrictions|
|Foods||Fruit and vegetable scraps. Will eat moist cat food.|
|Water||Always keep water|
crystals present in a cup. You can get that here
under the brand name, Cricket
|Aquarium or plastic|
container with air holes and a lid.