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Tag: oriental cockroach


Becoming a great technician: ‘Think like a cockroach to beat it’

December 18, 2017 By
"If managing cockroaches were that easy, we would not be called professionals." Read more»
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Most Wanted: Oriental Cockroach

February 10, 2015 By
The Oriental cockroach (Blatta Orientalis) has committed public health violations resulting from septic contamination of structures and food. Aliases: “Asiatic Cockroach,” “Shad Roach” and “Waterbug” Female: 1 3/8″ long  Male: 1″ long Description: Shiny brownish-black. Adult female has wing stubs and male has short wings.... Read more»

Pest Colloquial Names and Mistaken Identities

April 12, 2012 By
It is interesting how many customers have their own names for pests based on what their parents and friends called them. These colloquial pest names get passed down generation after generation. As a result, pest management professionals (PMPs) have to... Read more»