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The brown banded cockroach is often confused with the GERMAN ROACH, but it's habits are different.They are often brought in dwellings in furniture. Brown banded cockroaches are commonly found in the southern states, but may be found in warmer parts of buildings in the northern states...More Info & Control Tips
American cockroaches more commonly congregate in open spaces instead of small crack and crevices. When indoors,they can be located in dark, moist areas like basements and crawl spaces...More Info & Control Tips
The German roach is one of the most common roaches found in apartment houses, restaurants, and hotels. German cockroaches have the most eggs produced, shortest development cycle, best survival rate of the young, and the most adaptive feeding habits of most of the roaches....More Info & Control Tips
Oriental cockroach females have small nonfunctional wings while the males have wings that cover about of the abdomen, nether the female or male can fly. Adults are very dark brown or black in color. The Oriental cockroach prefers starchy food, and builds up populations around garbage cans.
Most of their water consumption is gotten through their food and the moisture around them.
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The smoky brown cockroach is very similar to the American roach, but is smaller in size and is dark brown-mahogany, black in color. Smoky brown cockroaches normally prefer plant material, but will eat almost anything when they come inside the home...More Info & Control Tips
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