The Brown Cockroach | Facts, Types and How to Identify

The Lesser-Known Brown-Banded Cockroach: Identification and Habits

When it comes to indoor pests, the brown-banded cockroach may not be as infamous as its German counterpart, but it’s still essential to recognize these stealthy intruders. Here’s what you need to know:

  • Distinctive Features: Brown-banded cockroaches are relatively smaller, measuring about 0.5 inches in length. Adult males sport light brown or yellow bands on their abdomen, wings, and chest, setting them apart from females.
  • Sneaky Entry Points: These pests often gain entry into homes through various means, such as infiltrating furniture, food bags, food containers, and even electronic devices.
  • Preferred Hideouts: Brown-banded cockroaches have a penchant for warmth, with their habitats typically reaching around 80°F. They tend to seek refuge in dry, sheltered, and elevated areas, making them challenging to spot and reach.
  • Egg Laying: Female brown-banded cockroaches carry their eggs for about a day to a day and a half before affixing them to ceilings or beneath furniture. Each egg capsule contains an average of 13 to 18 eggs.
  • Varied Diet: These resourceful pests aren’t picky eaters. They feast on a wide range of materials, including human food, household garbage, fabrics, glue, and even wallpaper.



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