ORIENTAL COCKROACHES

Blatta Orientalis

Description:

Shiny black, Females 1 1/2" long Males 1" long. Have wings but cannot fly.

Damage / Signs of Presence:

Spread disease

Habitat:

Prefer dark moist areas such as basements and crawl spaces, usually below ground level. Prefers the outdoors but will be found inside during drought or cold weather.

Food:

Organic matter

Life Cycle:

8 egg capsules with 16 eggs in each capsule. Populations peak in mid summer.

Management:

Keep leaves raked and reduce decaying organic matter. Residual sprays and baits are typical methods of treatment.

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