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Photo#347909
Unknown cockroach and nymph. - Blattella germanica

Unknown cockroach and nymph. - Blattella germanica
Holly Hill, Volusia County, Florida, USA
October 30, 2009
Size: adult 1 inch nymph 1/3 in

Moved
Also note the lack of silver coloration seen in the other two invasive species of Blattella found in North America, and other characteristics described on the genus-level info page. Moved from ID Request.

Look like German Cockroaches, B. germanica

 
yes I did
yes I did

 
Yeah definitely germans then.
Super common household pests.

looks like Blattella
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