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Photo#343887
Unknown cockroach nymph. - Pycnoscelus surinamensis

Unknown cockroach nymph. - Pycnoscelus surinamensis
Holly Hill, Volusia County, Florida, USA
October 16, 2009
Size: 3/4 inch

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Unknown cockroach nymph. - Pycnoscelus surinamensis Unknown cockroach nymph. - Pycnoscelus surinamensis

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Surinam cockroach - female
The two different textures - glossy from head to mid-abdomen, then with a rougher, "dusty" appearance for the rest of the abdomen - are diagnostic for nymphs of this species:


It's female, because all Surinam roaches in the U.S. are female, and reproduce by parthenogenesis.

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