Bornean Leaf Roach

Epilamprinae sp. “Borneo”



Mixed nymphs: $8/each
Starter colony (12 mixed nymphs): $70


Detailed Species Stats -Click-

  • Adult Size: Male: 31 mm. Female: 35 mm
  • Climbing Abilities: Adults of both sexes can climb.
  • Flying Abilities: Adults of both sexes may be able to fly.
  • Mode of Birth: Ovoviviparous.
  • Care Level: Intermediate.
  • Temperature Requirements: 70-85 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Air Humidity: Not picky.
  • Substrate Humidity: Moist.
  • Favorite Foods: Not picky.
  • Locality: None.

The Bornean leaf roach is a pleasant representative of the genus and is the easiest Epilamprine roach to consistently culture. Nymphs are tactically camouflaged and blend right in with mixed organic debris; in culture adults are easy to spot but would be a dead ringer for dry tropical leaf litter in the wild. This species is not as capable of flight as Epilampra maya or Rhabdoblatta formosana, but the adults are excellent climbers and quite fast so care should be taken if any have perched beneath the enclosure lid.