Ancient insects with diverse species found worldwide.
Flat-bodied insects with long antennae and wings (some species). Vary in size and color.
Common species include German cockroaches (Blattella germanica), American cockroaches (Periplaneta americana), Oriental cockroaches (Blatta orientalis), and Brown-banded cockroaches (Supella longipalpa).
Food debris, unsealed garbage, moist environments, and accessible entry points.
Nocturnal, fast-moving insects that seek warm and dark areas, breed rapidly, and contaminate food and surfaces.
Varying sizes, colors, and distinctive body features depending on the species.
Sanitation practices, proper food storage, sealing cracks and crevices, reducing moisture sources, and regular cleaning.
Baits, insecticidal sprays, dusts, or gels, crack and crevice treatments, trapping, and professional extermination for severe infestations.