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Cockroaches

Cockroach And Roach Identification Database


Different Types Of Cockroaches!

In this database, we’ll show you how to identify different cockroaches and go over the different species of cockroaches. We will also show you the different harms or benefits to these types of pests.

How to Identify Roaches

The cockroach is one of nature’s garbage men, clearing up rotting organic material from the environment. They can often be found anywhere there is an available food source, whether that’s trash, old newspaper or your pantry items. Usually blackish or brown, they grow to about 1 to 2 inches in length with some tropical varieties growing much larger. The German cockroach is the species that is most likely to sneak into your house. This variety is medium-sized with a reddish-brown coloration.

Problems they Cause

Roaches are prolific breeders and can go from a few insects to a horrifying infestation in an alarmingly short time. They can eat drywall and electrical wire, creating damage and fire hazards. Their nests have a distinctly unpleasant aroma. They will both eat your food and contaminate it with their droppings. Shed casings and waste can aggravate lung problems like asthma, sometimes significantly. They are notoriously hard to kill and eradication typically requires professional assistance.

Seasonality

Some roaches will hibernate outdoors in the winter but in your climate-control home, it could be a different story. They are most active in the warm spring and summer months


  • Cockroaches

Australian Roach Australian Roach Learn More
Cuban Cockroach Cuban Cockroach Learn More
Surinam Roach Surinam Roach Learn More
German Cockroach German Cockroach Learn More
American Cockroach American Cockroach Learn More
Oriental Cockroach Oriental Cockroach Learn More
Australian Cockroach Australian Cockroach Learn More
Brown Banded Cockroach Brown Banded Cockroach Learn More
Asian Cockroach Asian Cockroach Learn More

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