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Description
 
The German cockroach (also known as the Croton bug or Steam fly) is a small species of cockroach, measuring about half of an inch long. It can be any shade from tan to brown to almost black and generally has two dark parallel streaks -“racing stripes”- running from the head to the base of the wings. Although it has wings, it generally does not fly. It is one of the most common and prominent household cockroaches in the world and can be found throughout most populated areas. The German cockroach is known for its ability to reproduce very rapidly and is often found in homes, restaurants, food processing facilities, hotels, and nursing homes. In colder climates, they are usually found only near human habitats, since they are not very tolerant of cold weather. This cockroach is usually active at night, but can be seen in the daytime if disturbed or allowed to reproduce.
 
Biology/Habitat
 
The German cockroach is omnivorous and a scavenger. They particularly like starch, sugary foods, grease and meats. In certain situations where there is a shortage of food, they may eat household items such as soap, glue and toothpaste. They may even become cannibalistic, chewing off the wings and legs of their own species. Because they are smaller than other species of cockroaches, they are very effective in invading cracks and crevices to evade humans.
 
Prevention Tips
 
• Eliminate all food sources; such as decontaminated food and grease.
• Keep storage areas neat and sanitary.
• Eliminate all holes and other points of entry.
• Seal or repair all cracks and crevices as they are excellent nesting and breeding sites.
• Eliminate all water sources, including leaks, puddles and flooded areas.
• Ensure that all garbage cans have a tightly sealed lid.

 

 

       
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