30 mixed: $20 ( Not Available )
100 mixed: $80 ( Not Available )
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The red goblin roach is an uncommonly kept species that makes for a decent feeder. The adult females lay great numbers of oothecae, each with only 4-12 eggs. These hatch relatively soon after being laid, and the nymphs grow actively until they are roughly subadults, after which they take a good amount of time to mature. The adult males have longer wings than the females, making them easy to sex. Although the adults of this species can climb smooth surfaces, the nymphs cannot, and all life stages do not burrow.