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Cockroach update


Periplaneta fuliginosa; the l


I know this is an older pictu


Periplaneta nymph


Preliminary ID


Visitor from the South?


Looks like...


looks like Periplaneta fuliginosa


Perhaps Periplaneta fuliginosa (Smoky Brown Cockroach) nymph


Cockroach nymph


This looks quite a bit like a


Periplaneta fuliginosa


Frassed


Periplaneta fuliginosa (Smokey Brown Cockroach)


Periplaneta fuliginosa...


Periplaneta fuliginosa...


Frassed


Periplaneta fuliginosa


Periplaneta fuliginosa


Moved


An idea...


Periplaneta fuliginosa nymph...


My first instinct is Periplaneta fuliginosa...


Periplaneta fuliginosa nymph


Definitely a small Periplaneta fuliginosa nymph...


Periplaneta sp. nymph...


Frassed, ID has been given, image no longer needed in guide...


Moved Periplaneta fuliginosa nymph...


Likely a Periplaneta fuliginosa nymph


cockroach


Moved


Periplaneta fuliginosa


Moved


Periplaneta fuliginosa


I think it is immature smokey


No


Ischnoptera deropeltiformis


Moved for expert attention


Moved for expert attention


Looks like


Reminds me of


Periplaneta fuliginosa


Periplaneta fuliginosa


I think


Hmmm...


Moved


Cockroach


I knew you were in Louisiana...


Smokybrown cockroach


ID...


Nymph.


Smoky brown.


I looked it up online


Smoky brown?