I started a dubia roach colony about 3 or 4 months ago, and I had started with 250 medium dubia roaches. Most of them have now molted into adults, and I'm assuming in another couple months I'll have a bunch of babies running around I did notice that there seem to be a lot more males than females though, and this kind of worries me since I know there should be 1 male for every 3 to 5 females. So will this cause any problems in my colony? Like will the males fight for mates or something? Cause I've also started to notice that a few of my males have also started having little nips in their wings, and I read that it could be caused by the colony being malnourished, but I'm not so sure. I've been feeding them a high protein dry dog food, ground up. They also get fresh fruits/veggies every one to two days, along with a couple spoonfuls of water crystals. Up until this week, the other males seemed just fine, their wings intact. I'm also wondering how much male dubia will sell for. I was thinking of selling a bunch of them on ebay to reduce the numbers, but I'm not sure how much only male dubia roaches will go for. As stated before, they were all mediums when I bought them, so they're all fairly young adults. I started with a lot more than I should have [I only have 3 leopard geckos to feed; they probably go through 200ish dubia a month] so I'm also not sure how big my colony should be. Should I just try and sell male and female dubia as a breeder bundle type of thing? Or do you think I should just sell off the males that I don't need? I'm not looking to make money, I just don't want to get too overrun with roaches. My parents are skeptical of it enough as it is haha.