Welcome to the Pest Center & today’s topic: Baby German Cockroaches!
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Baby German Cockroaches, what a great time we have when we are out stomping on you! In our years doing the dirty this kind of work like large infestations where 100’s, if not 1,000’s, of cockroaches are coming from every seam of the house. But in this situation it was not about how many cockroaches there were, but more so about how new this experience was to me.
Baby German Cockroaches; this was not what I was expecting.
Walking into the vacant home, we knew this was going to be a cockroach treatment. Whether or not they are German Cockroaches was still to be known. However, upon my first inspection of the first dead one on the ground, I notice that there are tiny nymphs gathered around. Immediately you know what you’re in for, the infesting kind. German Cockroaches lay egg capsules called ootheca. The ootheca carries the baby German Cockroaches, as it is attached to mother while it is being released. Only when it is ready to hatch will it part from the mother. This is true even when the mother German Cockroach is dead.
So under any circumstances that you have to deal with the German Cockroach you must always be prepared for a bit of a battle. Corpses of your fallen enemies strewn about the kitchen like a pile of rag dolls hit by a grenade. But in the end, it is our knowledge of this creature that allows us to become the ultimate victors in this war; a war on cockroaches. The infesting kind.
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