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Cocroaches, which lives in Lithuania

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This is species of cockrpaches, which lives natural in Lithuania. It is Blattella germanica. They are living in flat and are wrecker.

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That is probably the worste pest species out there. They don't really do any damage but nobody wants them around and they certainly tarnish the name for all the great and beautiful roaches that can't live in homes. Remember out of 4,000+ species less than 1% are pests.

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Blattella germanica actually represents the 80-85% of my PCO's work... <_<

But Supella longipalpa is coming up really fast... three homes infested in last three days... :blink:

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Yes, i know what you say Orin McMonigle. In lithuania most people very dislake roaches, but i love him. I have breeding this species too as pet. Today they give birth about 20 little roaches.

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Blattella lays the first ootheca 8 days after its last moult.

It can produce 4-8 oothecas in its adult life, every 22 days.

Medium hatching time: 17 days

Number of eggs in a ootheca: 37 (but only 28 will hatch)

Time to reach adulthood: 40-41 days

Number of moults: 5-7

Adult life: 128-153 days

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Blattella lays the first ootheca 8 days after its last moult.

It can produce 4-8 oothecas in its adult life, every 22 days.

Medium hatching time: 17 days

Number of eggs in a ootheca: 37 (but only 28 will hatch)

Time to reach adulthood: 40-41 days

Number of moults: 5-7

Adult life: 128-153 days

Thanks for the information! ;) . They are the fastest roach I think.

Best regards,

Javier.

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