What do German cockroaches look like and where do you see them? Usually found in the kitchen area, this insect is little, 1/2 inch to 5/8 inch in length, and moderate yellowish-brown. German roaches can be distinguished from other roaches by two black parallel stripes on the anterior, dorsal portion of the thorax. If it isn’t the size of your thumb and it’s reddish brown to black, it is a female wood roach. If it is dark mahogany and the size of your thumb, then it is a smoky brown roach. If it is larger (up to 1.5 inches), has wings, and is reddish-brown using a lighter border over the mind, then it is an American roach.
The German cockroach is a cosmopolitan species, meaning, they are widely spread to other countries, especially those with tropical climates. The adult female German roach can lay 35 to 45 Egg cases or called ootheca, which also encapsulates multiple eggs. These eggs hatch in about 1 month and the nymphs thrive to survive and develop into adults between 6 months to 6 months. German roaches can multiply fast, normally 3 to 4 generations per year. German cockroaches are nocturnal pests, meaning they are active nighttime creepy crawlers. They can thrive both indoors and outdoors and prefers wet, humid areas such as kitchens and bathrooms in homes and commercial properties.
These creepy crawlers will leave marks that indicate their presence such as excrement and egg cases (ootheca). They may also emit foul odors too because of their growing infestation. Their excrement droppings that look like black pepper. Do not just clean up these excrements without wearing protective equipment. The bacteria from these excrement droppings have been known to trigger asthma and allergies. It is important to take note of the location of this excrement to treat in these areas, however, remove it using a vacuum cleaner as soon as possible. The vast majority of the roach population is located in the kitchen or bathrooms.
Out of this capsule can come up to 36-48 eggs. That means just 1 roach can spawn 384 more roaches. As you can see, you can have quite a pest problem in just a brief time with German roaches. That is why it’s important to remove roach eggs once you treat for cockroaches. Simply eliminating the live roaches will not resolve the problem.
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