Field guide Smokybrown cockroach

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    gets its name from .
    Its uniformly shining brownish black to dark mahogany color
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    In Japan, are of medical concern because _ respond to their allergens
    asthmatics
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    Their body parts and feces are
    potent human allergens that can cause rhinitis and skin reactions.
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    Both sexes with
    wings extending beyond their abdomens, good fliers, and attracted to lights.
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    Ootheca with EGGS TO EGGSA on each side.
    10-14 eggs
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    female will produce about NUMBER (range 4-32) viable oothecae with each containing about NUMBER eggs (range 4-29).
    • 10 ootheca
    • 20 eggs per ootheca
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    common outdoors in the south where it is found in habitats best described as
    protected, moist, dark, warm, and out of desiccating air flows.
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    These conditions describe the environment
    of treeholes and other places such as ground cover ivy and vines, loose mulch, woodpiles, and soffits/eaves of attics where there are moisture problems.
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    Smokybrown cockroaches lose moisture through their cuticle more readily than
    other cockroaches.
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    This is why they favor moist situations and show relatively little _ because of its resulting exposure to desiccating air currents.
    Movement
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    they usually enter at night via cracks and crevices through which
    light penetrates to the outside, light being an attractant to them.
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    Because they are _, they can easily enter via attic openings and are commonly found around eaves and gutters.
    Good fliers
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    Inside they can be found anywhere, including attics, but tend to prefer
    warm and humid areas not exposed to air currents.
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    be sure to check the
    attic.


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    • In the south, outside treatment of dense _ is usually required for successful control.

    ground cover areas and treeholes
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    Application of a _ treatment using a microencapsulated or wettable powder formulation is often helpful.
    perimeter/barrier
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    all exterior vents or vent openings are screened with screening no larger than INCH wire hardware cloth and screening in good repair.
    1/8 inch
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    Changing white incandescent bulbs to
    yellow bulbs around entrance doors may help.
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Field guide Smokybrown cockroach
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Field guide Smokybrown cockroach
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