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Cockroach Index

A listing of common roach pests

Roach infestations (large or small) can be eliminated by using any of a variety of pest control tools including bug sprays, roach baits, insecticide dusts.  Knowing which type of roaches you have in your home will give you better information on its natural habitat, how it enters your home, its preferred foods.  Each roach elimination job might require a different method for controlling roaches.  
Click on any of the cockroaches listed below for more information for that species.  Information includes description, general biology, pest management tips and elimination procedures for roaches.

Links to elimination, identification

The information for roaches should help not only identify pests but also help to differentiate types of roaches that are given common or incorrect names.  To many people, any large roach, roaches that live primarily outdoors or any cockroach that is not a German Cockroach is considered a woods roach.  The wood roach is a distinct species of roach, not a group of bugs.  However, many pest control experts do consider roaches that are not German roaches to belong to a generic "large roach" or "outdoor roach" because their primary source is the outdoors.  "Water bugs" is a term many people use to describe German Cockroaches.  There are no roach pests that are technically water bugs.   When our customers say that water bugs are a problem in their home, we can usually assume that they have an infestation of German Roaches.

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