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 medium yellowish-brown. German roaches could be distinguished from other roaches by two dark parallel stripes on the anterior, dorsal portion of the thorax. If it is not the size of the thumb and it’s reddish brown to black, it’s 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 bigger (up to 1.5 inches), has wings, and is reddish-brown with a lighter edge over the mind, then it is an American roach.
With a global distribution as a one of the kind roach species, the mature female German roach can lay 35 to 45 eggs cases or called ootheca, which also encapsulates multiple eggs. When these eggs hatch in approximately 1 month, the nymphs thrive to survive and develop into adults between 6 weeks to 6 months. German roaches are fast breeders and they can multiply normally 3 to 4 generations per year. Like most other species of cockroaches, German cockroaches are nocturnal pests. They are most commonly found inside, it prefers moist, humid conditions and is typically located in kitchens and bathrooms in houses and commercial properties.
In a restaurant, they will come on supplies, especially soda syrups, and be placed in the kitchen or storage areas. They can also develop into commercial kitchen facilities by hitching a ride in the handbags of workers. Inside the home, the female lays a light brown egg capsule every 16-24 days — up to 8 egg capsules in her lifetime.
If the population is large enough, they will spill over to other chambers. These roaches are mostly active at night. If German roaches are observed active during the day, it most likely is due to overcrowding in their hiding places or a lack of water and food supply. Cracks and crevices are their harborage areas; they spend about 75% of their time in such harborages. First instar nymphs need a crack of about 1/32″ whereas, adults need inch width. German cockroach nymphs are smaller than most other cockroaches; thus, they are able to conceal themselves in many places and remain protected.
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