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Adult German Cockroaches are light Brown in color except for the shield behind their head which is marked with two dark stripes that run lengthwise down their body. Young German Roaches are wingless and nearly black in color with a single stripe running down the middle of their back. Egg Capsules are a Light Tan in color. German Roaches are the most common roach found in houses and restaurants. They have a flattened oval shape with spiny legs and long antenna. The adults can range upwards to about 1/2 inch in length. They eat food of all kinds and may hitchhike into the house on egg cartons, sacks of potatoes, onions or plain paper sacks. They develop into large populations and can flourish throughout the house, especially in kitchens and bathrooms. German Roaches may be found clustered behind baseboard moldings, or in cracks around cabinets, closets and pantries. Because they are Nocturnal when seen during the day in clusters the population can be quite large. A female can produce 4 to 6 egg capsules during her lifetime, each containing 30 to 40 eggs, and may live as long as 200 days. Eggs hatch in 28 to 30 days and nymphs may develop in 40 to 125 days. German Roaches can contaminate food with certain bacterial diseases that can result in food poisoning, dysentery or diarrhea. Paper sacks placed between refrigerators and counter tops may result in an incubating effect resulting in one of the most common avenues of transmission of German Roach Infestations.
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