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PostSubject: local sp ng roach   Sat Nov 27, 2010 5:19 pm

mga sir anong twag dun sa local sp ng roach d2 na nkkta sa mga crevices ng lumang kahoy.. mdyo mas malaki sa dubia ska mdyo hawig un porma pero brown un color..muka kcng pdeng gwin colony un since sa kahoy nmn nkkta.... slamat..
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PostSubject: Re: local sp ng roach   Sat Nov 27, 2010 5:40 pm

ako din po nakuha kanina, hawig po nang dubia kaso maliit darker ung color niya pansin ko po yung isa may pakpak yung isa wala, kaso nakatakas yung walang pakpak ill try to post the photo tomorrow...
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PostSubject: Re: local sp ng roach   Sat Nov 27, 2010 6:48 pm

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Brown Banded Cockroach
Supella longipalpa
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* 10 - 15 mm long.
* Yellow-brown in colour.
* Both sexes have wings but those of the male are longer.
* Runs (may fly at very high temperatures).

Lifecycle

* Females deposit the ootheca (egg case) containing 16 eggs a day after production.
* Ootheca are cemented down and widely scattered.
* Hatch in 1 – 2 months.
* Nymphs take 2 – 4 months to develop into adults.

Habits

* Heated buildings; very wide dispersal throughout.
* Nocturnal.
* Omnivorous.


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Dusky Cockroach
Ectobius lapponicus
Appearance
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* Adult males 9–11mm.
* Adult females 6–8mm.
* Body dark grey–brown except for dark male pronotum and female dark brown abdomen.

Lifecycle

* Egg cases, know as oothecae, are produced and carried by the female for one or two days between June and September.
* The oothecae overwinter on the ground and the nymphs hatch in the spring.
* The nymphs hibernate during the late stages of development to become adult in July.
* The adults die in September to October.

Habits

* The dusky cockroach is mainly ground–dwelling and favours scrub, grassland and woodland habitats.
* Males only fly in warm weather.


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German Cockroach
Blatella germanica
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* 12 – 15mm long.
* Brown with 2 dark stripes on thorax.
* The wings are as long as the body or slightly overlapping in both sexes.
* Runs and climbs (sticky pads on the feet).

Lifecycle

* Females carry 35 - 40 eggs in an ootheca (egg case) until they are ready to hatch.
* Hatch in 1 month.
* Nymphs take between 6 weeks to 6 months to develop into adults.

Habits

* Heated buildings, often kitchens and ships. Prefers high temperatures and humidities.
* Nocturnal.
* Omnivorous.


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Lesser Cockroach
Ectobius panzeri
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* Males: 6–8mm; females: 5–7mm.
* Pale to dark brown, legs dark brown or black. Tegmina (leathery outer wings) are pale–yellow brown with dark speckles.

Lifecycle

* Egg cases, known as oothecae, are produced and carried by the female for one or two days between June and September.
* They overwinter on the ground and the nymphs hatch in the spring.
* The nymphs hibernate during the late stages of development to become adult in May–June.
* The adults die in September – October.

Habits

* Adults are not easy to find.
* These cockroaches have a preference for coastal and sandy plains.
* Males only fly in warm weather.


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Oriental Cockroach
Blatta orientalis
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* 25 – 30 mm long.
* Dark brown to black in colour.
* The wings undeveloped in female and cover ¾ length of the abdomen in the male.
* Runs rather than flies.

Lifecycle

* Females deposit 16 eggs in an ootheca (egg case).
* Hatch in 2 months.
* Nymphs take 5 – 9 months to develop into adults.

Habits

* Buildings. Can tolerate lower temperatures than other cockroaches so can also be found outdoors, on rubbish tips etc.
* Nocturnal.
* Omnivorous.


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Suriname Cockroach
Pycnoscelus surinamensis
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* 3 - 3.5 cm long.
* Dark brown wings.
* Shiney dark brown.

Lifecycle

* The eggs in the female develop without fertilisation.
* The egg capsule contains an average of 24 eggs.

Habits

* Usually found outdoors in tree holes or under rocks, but can be brought inside via houseplants.
* They prefer dark, moist and warm areas.
* Eating habits - feed at night on houseplants or outdoor plants.
* They do not fly.


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Black Cockroach
Platyzosteria novaeseelandiae
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* 20mm long.
* Wingless.

Lifecycle

* Females deposit the ootheca (egg case) containing 16 eggs a day after production.
* Ootheca are cemented down and widely scattered.
* Hatch in 1 - 2 months.
* Nymphs take 2 - 4 months to develop into adults.

Habits

* They live in leaf litter, under loose bark, in rotten wood, amongst stones on the ground.
* They sometimes enter the house particularly in very wet weather or after gardening clean up.


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Gisborne Cockroach
Drymaplaneta semivitta
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* 20 - 45 mm long.
* Black/dark brown with distinctive white band on the side.
* Wingless.
* Very fast runner.

Lifecycle

* Females deposit the ootheca (egg case) containing 16 eggs a day after production.
* Ootheca are cemented down and widely scattered.
* Hatch in 1 - 2 months.
* Nymphs take 2 - 4 months to develop into adults.

Habits

* These cockroaches like to live in bark chips or timber.
* They sometime enter the house particularly in very wet weather or after gardening clean.


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PostSubject: Re: local sp ng roach   Sat Nov 27, 2010 7:52 pm

thanks po sir tatoo! Based on photo kamukha po nung suriname yung nahuli kong roach kanina, hehe bukas hanap ulit ako... ^_^
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PostSubject: Re: local sp ng roach   Sun Nov 28, 2010 5:39 pm

salamat sir.. dami tlgang hidden infos haha... nand2 nga sa list un hnahnap ko.. kaso un trichoblatta sp parang ala??hehe
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PostSubject: Re: local sp ng roach   Wed Dec 08, 2010 9:35 pm

aus to ah. hehe.
ung black and suriname roaches pnpkain q s t slings q.
mron aq colony neto eh.hehe.
cultured specimens originally from our garden.
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PostSubject: Re: local sp ng roach   Fri Feb 11, 2011 1:40 am

astig sir ace, hindi b cla nkakaakyat sa wall katulad ng home roach?
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PostSubject: Re: local sp ng roach   Fri Feb 11, 2011 2:52 pm

babymajo wrote:
astig sir ace, hindi b cla nkakaakyat sa wall katulad ng home roach?

hnd umaakyat s smooth surfaces.hehe.
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PostSubject: Re: local sp ng roach   Fri Feb 11, 2011 3:41 pm

WOW...DAGDAG KAALAMAN TO SA MGA COCK-ROACHES.. albino
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PostSubject: Re: local sp ng roach   Wed Feb 16, 2011 11:31 am

yan lang ba sp. ng ipis natin dito? santa
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PostSubject: Re: local sp ng roach   Tue Mar 01, 2011 3:55 am

I'm trying to raise a colony of semi-aquatic roaches I collected during our last trip. Haven't seen any posts even in blattodea sites about the species. I'll be posting photos by tomorrow just in case anyone is familiar with them.
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PostSubject: Re: local sp ng roach   Tue Mar 01, 2011 4:00 am

collected some Panesthia angustipennis angustipennis and morphna species before but wasn't successful with raising a colony. Anyone collecting other roach species here?
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PostSubject: Re: local sp ng roach   Tue Mar 01, 2011 8:29 am

lilcritters wrote:
collected some Panesthia angustipennis angustipennis and morphna species before but wasn't successful with raising a colony. Anyone collecting other roach species here?

I used to breed Pycnoscelus surinamensis & Platyzosteria novaeseelandiae as feeders for my P. Baeri slings. like other roaches mabilis sila dumami. kaso maliliit lng tlga size nila thats why good sila as slings diet. burrower din sila and prefers hiding underneath soil/dried leaves which also serves as their staple diet.

Nagun pinkwalan ko n ulit sila s garden nmn kasi dami ko n ulit lats (thanks to bro Triskel).hehe.
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