im very knowledgeable about roaches, and blaptica dubias is what you are looking for
everything people mentionned here as a con, can't and won't happen with dubias
they won't breed in the tank
they won't escape the tank as they don't climb...
they're much slower than lateralis which is proportionnally talking, one of the fastest living thing btw
they don't bite, cry, fly, STINK, name it!
they're from far, the best all around feeder, and i know many many long time froggers (10-20+years) who never use supplements while having a staple diet of roaches and great success with frogs that lives 10years and more.
you can adjust the breeding speed with fresher or warmer temperature
they're actually one of the slowest breeder within roaches family, and the reason is that they don't lay eggs which is the same reason they don't stink
if you drop one of the floor, it will probably just stay there instead of running away instantly like lateralis and many other type of roaches!
if you live in the north, they probably couldn't even survive in your place as they're 100% tropical specie
their size ranges from 1/8 to over 2 inches so this is good for terribilis, maybe big tincs, galac, citron?
my whole herp collection have dubias, xept my baby terribs, and I must say it is more than fantastic
i have reeds, treefrogs, big frogs, terrestrial frogs, toads, geckos, tarantulas, scorps, beardies, fishes, turtle
even my dogs and cat will have dubias, I keep trying with my bird and gf tho...