The blaberus fusca roach is an extremely easy and interesting roach to keep. It requires very
little care and in a short time will multiply into the hundreds. An excellent size and temperment as feeders or pets
they are unable to climb glass. For the last couple years these have made the rounds masquerading as the 'true
death head' roach (blaberus craniifer) but b. craniifer is very rare in the U.S. thought I have been lucky enough
to have just traded for a dozen sub-adults. In my opinion probably these are the best feeder roach to keep. They
can be kept like their cousins blaberus discoidales and blaberus giganteus. Apple cores and dry dog food are the only
fare mine receive and it seems to be all it takes to produce a healthy and large culture.