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Photo#157508
possible Brown-banded Cockroach	(Supella supellectilium) - Parcoblatta fulvescens

possible Brown-banded Cockroach (Supella supellectilium) - Parcoblatta fulvescens
near Sandbridge, Virginia Beach County, Virginia, USA
Is this an example of Brown-banded Cockroach (Supella supellectilium)?? Picture was taken in early August of this year.

Moved
Moved from Wood Cockroaches.

Moved

Parcoblatta sp.
My guess would be P. fulvescens.

Parcoblatta lata (Adult Female)
I'm going to say Parcoblatta lata adult female based on the bright pronotum coloration. Compare to this pic of P. lata:
http://i135.photobucket.com/albums/q152/Matt_Kaplinsky/Bug%20Things/Parcoblattalattafemale.jpg

Moved
Moved from Cockroaches.

Appears to be
Looks like a immature, dunno if you're going to get better. Moving to order page

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