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Normally found interally near warm areas such as fridge motors, microwaves, toasters, ovens and other electrical appliance. Also under sinks and cupboards, in and under drawers.
Recommended Treatments: normally rely on the use of a flushing agent to main harbourages coupled with gel baiting application to eliminate colony.
General Information - This cockroach is known worldwide because it coexists with humans in their buildings. Its small size allows it to stow away in small cracks and crevices, together with its abundant breeding capabilities allows it to build up large populations in a short period of time. Efforts aimed at controlling this most successful scavenger must be regularly and constantly made.
Appearance - The German Cockroach is a relatively small cockroach. Adults are ligh amber-brown, with two dark longitudinal stripes on the pronotum. The pronotum is the middle section of the body of an insect, between the head and the abdomen, bearing the legs and wings. The adult has wings but they only use them to flutter to the floor if brushed from a wall or ceiling.
Breeding - It is the most fertile breeder of all the pest cockroaches, taking only 40 days to go from egg to adulthood. Egg cases of 30-40 eggs are carried by the female until hatching.
Habitat - the German Cockroach seeks an enviroment that provides warmth, moisture and food. They find cracks and crevices in buildings mainly kitchen in which they can hide during the day. If they are found out in the day time or in other areas besides the kitchen then it is highly likely that the building is supporting an enormous population of German Cockroaches. Infestations are common in food handling areas factories, warehouses, storerooms, restaurants, clubs, hotels, hospitals, food bars, domestic kitchesn and catering or canteen areas of office blocks, schools, nursing homes and any building with a kitchen.
Food Source - the German Cockroach will eat almost any organic material found in food handling areas. From crumbs to built up grease. If there is a water source then the adult cockroaches can survive without food for at least a month.
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