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German Cockroach nymph? - Blattella germanica

German Cockroach nymph? - Blattella germanica
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
March 31, 2011
Size: 1cm
Sorry for not having the best picture. From what ive seen on this site, it bares a striking resemblance to the german cockroach nymph, but want to make sure its not a brown banded or anything else.

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This species, which can not survive outdoors, is found in greatest abundance in kitchens. Baiting is very effective in controlling them. Best of luck with your eradication efforts!

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i appreciate your help
theyre really isnt too many of them, i see them mostly one at a time (at night of course) hiding behind little cracks in my cupboards. Thanks for your help John, i feel more confident now in the results of baiting. (ive heard stories where they can survive almost anything!)

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If anyone can answer your question, John Carlson can--and he's more likely to encounter the image here.

 
cool, Thanks
id really like to know what it is, however i have a guy coming tomorrow to bait around my kitchen so hopefully they wont be around any longer.

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