An image of the American Cockroach .

American Cockroach

The American Cockroach is often confused with the Austrailian Cockroach and is second in population numbers only to the German roach. The American roaches prefer shady, moist areas such as hollow trees or garages.

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Asian Cockroach

The Asian Cockroach looks identical to the German Roach but prefers to live outdoors in and around leaf litter and other ground cover. It also differs from the German Roach in that it will fly towards light in the evening hours.

An image of the Austrailian Cockroach .

Austrailian Cockroach

The Austrailian Cockroach can be differentiated from the American roach by the black "bat" shape that is behind the head.

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Florida Woods Cockroach

The Florida Woods Cockroach only enters the home on occasion. The males are able to fly and normally do so at night, as they are attracted to light.

An image of The German Cockroach.

German Cockroach

The German Cockroach is the most important cockroach species in the U.S. This pest prefers to live in the kitchen & Bathroom areas in homes, apartments, restaurants, etc. Due to their rapid reproduction cycle, an infestation of German Roaches can occur quickly.

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Smokey Brown Roach

The Smokey Brown Roach can be found living inside and outside the home or structure. This species moves around readily and can be found in the attic, in clogged rain gutters, wood piles, etc.