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Looks like Blatta orientalis


Ooh, you really think so? I


Blatta orientalis male


Cockroach update


Blatta orientalis, likely


Oriental Cockroach


appears to be Blatta orientalis


identification possibility


Blatta orientalis is correct...


Moved, cropped the image...


German roach nymphs are never plain brown like this...


I think it's an Oriental Cock


Oriental Cockroach?


Don't think it's Parcoblatta...


Blatta orientalis, i suppose


Blatta orientalis


Oriental roach


female Blatta orientalis


However..


more information if possible


A male Blatta orientalis?


Blatta orientalis?


Heidi Hopkins says,


Female Blatta orientalis


Maybe Blatta orientalis


Just a wild guess


Blatta orientalis, i believe


isn't it Blatta orientalis?


Probably not a nymph


Cockroach, sure; looks like fem. Blatta orientalis to me


Yes; don't know


looks like Oriental Cockroach - Blatta orientalis


oriental cockroach maybe


Blatta orientalis...


None taken. I'll have to brow


Blatta orientalis comes to mind


Specifically...


Perhaps


GERMAN COCKROACH!


Oriental cockroaches.


Nymph.


Female Oriental roach.


Agree


No, the woodroach is more bro


Blatta orientalis?


Size?


Wishful Thinking:-)


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