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Photo#688074
Panchlora nivea? - Panchlora nivea

Panchlora nivea? - Panchlora nivea
Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida, USA
August 10, 2012
Size: approx. 3 cm
10 pm on window. Panchlora nivea - Green Banana Cockroach?

I had no idea that there are green cockroaches out there.

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Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Just out of curiosity how did
Just out of curiosity how did you take the picture of the top and bottom of the bug? Did you kill it first?

 
Window
No. The bug should be still fine :) I found it on the outside of my living room window. It didn't move for more than an hour, so I had plenty of time to take photos. The one of the bug's bottom was taken from the inside through the window pane (using the camera-mounted, little flash). I've tried this before and usually got too much reflection but this one turned out pretty well.

For Shure!
Nothing else even close.

 
Thank you!
Thanks for the confirmation.

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