Southern Wood Roach

Parcoblatta divisa


Mixed nymphs: $2/each ( Not available )
Starter colony (12 mixed nymphs): $15 ( Not available )

Detailed Species Stats -Click-

    • Adult Size: Male: 22 mm. Female: 20 mm.
    • Climbing Abilities: Adults of both sexes can climb.
    • Flying Abilities: Adult males can fly.
    • Mode of Birth: Oviparous.
    • Care Level: Easy.
    • Temperature Requirements: 70-85 degrees Fahrenheit.
    • Air Humidity: Not picky.
    • Substrate Humidity: Moist.
    • Favorite Foods: Not picky.
  • Locality: Gateway Baptist Church. Montgomery, Alabama.

The southern woods roach is a native roach often found in the Southeastern US. It can be fairly common under bark on standing and fallen trees. The nymphs begin life a pale yellow and eventually develop white and black markings, though some will turn orange. They are very easy to keep and have surprisingly big appetites for their size.