Are you tired of tong feeding? Or maybe your lizard wants to hunt their food, but you don’t want dubias running all over the enclosure.
What if you had a way to contain the dubias while still allowing your reptile to hunt them down?
Introducing the No-Escape Dubia Roach Feeder Dish
Our no-escape dubia roach feeder dish is perfect for providing your reptile the hunting experience they crave in a controlled environment. Simply drop the roaches in, dust them with your favorite calcium supplement, and watch your lizard go wild!
This feeder dish is made of a smooth plastic that dubias struggle to climb. It also features a clear plastic rim for extra protection against escapees. The clear plastic rim allows your reptile to easily see its prey. Watch the video above or on YouTube to see how easy it is to load insects into the dish!
We offer both small and large versions of this dubia roach feeder dish to accommodate a wide spectrum of reptile and insect sizes. For small reptiles eating mealworms or small dubia roaches, the small feeder dish will work perfectly. Larger reptiles eating superworms and larger dubias should use the large dish.
What Feeder Insects Work in the No-Escape Feeder Dish?
The no-escape feeder dish works well for most feeder insects. We recommend this dish for dubia roaches, mealworms, and superworms. It would also work well with other worms and roaches. However, crickets may escape the dish easily by jumping out.
Materials and Dimensions
Our no-escape dubia roach feeder dish is made from white plastic, with a clear plastic removable rim. The dish is hand washable, reusable, and recyclable.
The small feeder dish measures 3.5 inches across and 3/4 inches deep. The large measures 5 inches across and 1 1/4 inches deep.
If you’re not sure which size will best meet your needs, don’t hesitate to contact us! Email email@example.com and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.
You can find both the small and large versions of our no-escape feeder dish on our shop page. While you’re there, don’t forget to pick up some dubia roaches to feed with the dish!