Warning: Illegal string offset 'id' in /home/bugmug6/public_html/wordpress/wp-content/themes/gallery/archive.php on line 4

Warning: Illegal string offset 'id' in /home/bugmug6/public_html/wordpress/wp-content/themes/gallery/archive.php on line 4

Warning: Illegal string offset 'id' in /home/bugmug6/public_html/wordpress/wp-content/themes/gallery/archive.php on line 4

Warning: Illegal string offset 'id' in /home/bugmug6/public_html/wordpress/wp-content/themes/gallery/header.php on line 4

Warning: Illegal string offset 'id' in /home/bugmug6/public_html/wordpress/wp-content/themes/gallery/header.php on line 4

Warning: Illegal string offset 'id' in /home/bugmug6/public_html/wordpress/wp-content/themes/gallery/header.php on line 4
Roaches — bugmugs.org

Archive for the ‘Roaches’ Category

  • Smokybrown cockroach

    Smokybrown cockroach

    The smokeybrown cockroach, is fairly large (1-¼ inch) and mahogany brown. It is only active at night and of the outdoor cockroaches, it is one of the most common synanthropic (associated with humans) species in Texas. In the wild, it occurs in tree holes and wood piles but it can be frequently encountered in car ports, […]

  • Wood roach

    Wood roach

    Wood roaches, Parcoblatta species, occur commonly in wooded areas.  They are most frequently encountered where they are attracted to lights at night.

  • Cockroaches

    Cockroaches

    Left:  See previous entry: Pale-bordered field cockroach. Middle:  The Surinam cockroach, like the Asian cockroach, is a non-native species. Adults are 3/4 to 1 inch long with a shiny brown body.  They have golden-colored forewings and markings on the abdomen.  This is a burrowing species often found in mulch and compost piles and sometimes associated […]

  •  
  • Pale-bordered field cockroach

    Pale-bordered field cockroach

    In most cases, cockroaches in the landscape are a mere curiosity and gardeners may only be interested in their identification. Cockroach numbers may be kept in check by their natural enemies such as the red imported fire ant and parasitic wasps.  However, when food and shelter are abundant cockroaches may become numerous and create a […]

  • Fire ant prey

    Fire ant prey

    Fire ants on a cockroach ootheca.  Photo by Garland McIlveen.

  • German cockroach

    German cockroach

    German cockroaches are mainly indoor pests, since they cannot tolerate cold temperatures.  They are commonly found in homes, apartments, restaurants, supermarkets, hospitals, and other buildings where food is stored, prepared, or served.  German cockroaches sometimes are confused with field cockroaches (Blattella vaga). Source:  Texas AgriLife Extension publication, Cockroaches: Recognition and Control

  •  
  • Cockroaches

    Cockroaches

    The Asian cockroach, Blattella asahinai, (left), the German cockroach, Blattella germanica (middle) and Blattella vega Hebard (right) are very similar in appearance.  Photo by Bart Drees.

  • American cockroach

    American cockroach

    American cockroach, Periplaneta americanaLinnaeus, (Blattaria: Blattidae), adults and nymphs. Photo by Bart Drees.

  •  

Warning: Illegal string offset 'id' in /home/bugmug6/public_html/wordpress/wp-content/themes/gallery/footer.php on line 4

Warning: Illegal string offset 'id' in /home/bugmug6/public_html/wordpress/wp-content/themes/gallery/footer.php on line 4

Warning: Illegal string offset 'id' in /home/bugmug6/public_html/wordpress/wp-content/themes/gallery/footer.php on line 4