Mixed Wood Cockroaches (Qty of 250)

Product Code: MXD-WOOD
 
In Stock
Price: $18.75
(Ex GST: $17.05)

Available Discount
4 or more $14.00/ea
12 or more $12.00/ea

NOTE: Purchased in lots of 250! Meaning Qty 1 = 250

LIVE INSECT ORDERS

Please note that all of our live insects can only be purchased in lots/quantities of 250 via our website - e.g. 250, 500, 750 and so on.

If you require a custom amount of any of our live insects, please contact us by phone on (07) 5533 8375 or by email at sales@livefoods.com.au to process your order any further.

LIVE REPTILE ORDERS

Whilst we do freight reptile livestock around Australia (excluding Tasmania), it is subject to relative import/export wildlife permits for each state/territory. We will also need to confirm that the purchaser carries the appropriate license for the specie(s) they are attempting to purchase.

In saying that, once your order has been placed, you will receive a phone call from the Livefoods Unlimited staff in order to process your enquiry any further.

Note: Shipping costs will not be calculated, and no reptile livestock orders will be dispatched until after we have made contact.


If you have any further questions or are unsure about any of the above, please contact us prior to placing an order for live insects and/or live reptiles.

Bulk orders of mixed live wood cockroaches (woodies) purchased in lots of 250.

Live wood cockroaches or 'woodies' have become very popular in recent years mainly because they are an easy to care for, very tough, long-lived insect and larger than the traditional live food item of crickets, with an adult woodie being about twice the weight of an adult cricket. They are available in three sizes, small (3-10mm), medium (15-20mm) and large (20-30mm) and you can also order live cockroaches in a mixed batch with all sizes together. Immature woodies are a glossy dark brown in colour while the adults develop light brown wing covers after their final moult. Immediately after each skin change the newly moulted cockroaches are a pale creamy-white colour gradually darkening to the normal colour as the pigmentation develops.

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