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Phoenix Roach Control | Phoenix Pest Control

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American Cockroach

American Cockroach

Found in dark, moist areas such as around bathtubs, clothes hampers, sewers and basement corners. Also, wherever food is prepared and stored.

Identifying Characteristics:

The largest of the common species, growing to a length of 1-1/2″ or more. Reddish-brown with a yellow border on the back of the pronotum. The wings of the male extend beyond the tip of the abdomen, while the female’s wings are about the same length as the abdomen.

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German Cockroach

German Cockroach

The most common roach in United States homes. Breeds throughout the year. Favors humid atmosphere and an average temperature of 70 degrees.

Identifying Characteristics:

Adults are about 1/2″ long, brown with two dark streaks on the thorax. the female is darker in color with a broader, more rounded posterior. Both sexes have wings as long as their bodies.

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Oriental Cockroach

Oriental Cockroach

Found in all parts of the United States. They’re most common in high moisture situations, especially around decaying organic matter. Most common in late spring or early summer.

Identifying Characteristics:

Very dark brown or black. Male is about 1-1/4″ long while the female reaches only 1″ in length. The female has functionless stubs. The male’s wings cover about 3/4 of the abdomen. Neither sex flies. Females are broader and heavier.

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