With over 3000 species of cockroach worldwide, it’s likely you have seen one close up at some point. Roaches are omnivores, so they will eat both plants and meat. Humans are not a favored source of food for them; even so, it is still possible to get roach bites.
Unlike some other insects, these pests do not feed on humans and they don’t rely on us for their lifecycle. Roaches have plentiful supplies of food, but if you get a roach bite then you want to know what the implications are. They are, after all, known for carrying bacteria and spreading disease.
Merely the thought of encountering flying cockroaches can send shivers down your spine. These hardy pests have persisted for more than 300 million years; needless to say, they are made for survival.
Most cockroach species do have wings but can all of them fly? Today we will have a look at the different species which do fly, what attracts them and how to get rid of them.
I think it's safe to say that cockroaches are some of the most hated pests you can have in your home. Apart from their sometimes frighteningly large size, they also carry bacteria and parasites. Knowing what attracts cockroaches can be quite useful if you want to prevent them from visiting in the first place.
Unlike other insects, cockroaches are a problem through all seasons of the year. They thrive in different environments, and cockroaches will eat anything. This means there's always a fitting place for them to settle down. Let's have a look at what attracts them the most.
Detonating the roach bombs may seem like the obvious solution to your cockroach infestation problem. There are, however, times when it is better to leave them in your cabinet.
Cockroaches have been around for more than 320 million years. These tough, survivalist pests have various ways to get inside your home. Before you discharge the toxic bomb, let's answer a few questions. Are they effective, and how do they work?
Roaches are some of the most hated pests in the world, and it’s no wonder. These creepy-looking bugs can spread infections, such as salmonella, and even plague in some parts of the world. These six-legged insects will eat close to anything, including fingernails and even live baby mice. Do you have chills yet?
We don’t want them around, but sometimes it seems like they are here to stay. Let's look at how we can get rid of them using natural roach repellents.
Knowing whether or not you have a roach infestation in your house can be difficult. The first sign is, of course, the cockroaches themselves. But since they are nocturnal, you may not notice them at first. You should also look out for roach droppings, which are a telltale sign of an infestation.
Finding any signs of unknown creatures within our home is never fun. Whether it's roaches, rodents or other insects, they need to go. Roach droppings can resemble those of other bugs. If you know what to look for, you will be able to tell the difference. Let's take a look at what these droppings actually look like.
Baby cockroaches are an indication of a serious infestation. For this reason, it’s important to be able to identify them. In this article, you will learn how to differentiate between baby cockroaches and adults.
You will also discover how roaches progress from babies to adulthood, and if the babies bite. Finally, I have detailed effective strategies to kill roaches at this stage of life.
Cockroaches are some of the toughest pests we encounter. They can survive on practically anything, and can live anywhere. The German cockroach is found throughout the world, and it is the most common type of roach in the United States.
We are about to get up close and personal with these German roaches. We’ll be looking at where they live, what they look like, and most importantly, how to get rid of them.
If you find one cockroach in your home, then chances are there will be more hiding in the shadows. When you find cockroach eggs, the problem becomes more severe. This is a sure sign of an infestation and the mere thought of that can be a frightening one.
The sooner you tackle the problem, the better. It’s the only way to make your home and family safe. We certainly don’t want these pests in our home, so immediate action is necessary.