Croton bug

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Croton bug:

see cockroachcockroach
or roach,
name applied to some 4,600 species of flat-bodied, oval insects in the order Blattodea. Cockroaches have long antennae, long legs adapted to running, and a flat extension of the upper body wall that conceals the head. They range from 1-4 in. to 3 in.
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Virulence, horizontal transmission, and sublethal reproductive effects of Metarhizium anisopliae (Anamorphic fungi) on the German cockroach (Blattodea: Blattellidae).
Detection of cockroach faeces: consumption of fluorescent bait and production of UV- light-detectable faeces from German cockroach, Blattella germanica.
11) as the major component of the courtship stimulating sex pheromone of the female German cockroach (Blattela germanica L.
We inquired from participants if they had seen the cockroach in their homes and those who responded affirmatively were further asked if they would be interested in participating in a German cockroach survey.
The common German cockroach, the most common variety of the pest in Ireland, is mostly found living under the fridge in a kitchen.
Ultraestructural investigation of the spore-forming protist Nephridiophaga blatellae in the Malpighian tubules of the German cockroach Blatella germanica.
The officers were particularly looking for evidence of the German cockroach - which despite its name is actually from Asia.
Control of American cockroach (Periplaneta Americana) and German cockroach (Blattella Germanica) by entomopathogenic nematodes.
The German cockroach is resistant to several organochlorine, organophosphorus, carbamate and pyrethroid insecticides (5).
Cost and efficacy comparison of integrated pest management strategies with monthly spray insecticide applications for German cockroach (Dictyoptera: Blattellidae) control in public housing.
The Asian cockroach is very similar in appearance to the German cockroach and a number of other Blattella species (Roth, 1985).
The finding was made by scientists in the US studying one of the most common, and most hated types of cockroach - the blattella germanica, or German cockroach.

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