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Is this a roach? - Shelfordella lateralis

Is this a roach? - Shelfordella lateralis
Yucca Valley, San Bernardino County, California, USA
September 7, 2009
Size: 2 1/2 in.

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Is this a roach? - Shelfordella lateralis Is this a roach? - Shelfordella lateralis

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Blatta lateralis
Based on the whitish stripes found on the lateral margins of the wings, I believe that you have found a Turkistan Cockroach (Blatta lateralis).

 
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I live in Adelanto, CA (just outside Victorville) and have found the Turkestan cockroach in my grass and gravel. Has not come in the house. This picture is a female, the male is a little bigger and a light tan with wings.

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