The American Cockroach
The lifestyle of the American cockroach
When the female is fertilized, she produces a 9-to-12-mm egg pod or capsule in her abdomen. She then finds a sheltered area to lay her egg capsule until the baby American cockroaches are born. The pupae reach maturity after about two years.
The risks associated with American cockroaches
The texture of its body promotes the transport of pathogens, which are easily deposited on the surfaces with which the cockroach comes into contact. Bacteria, parasites, and fungi can also be found in the droppings that American cockroach leaves on food or workspaces. Consuming contaminated food could cause intestinal diseases such as diarrhea, typhoid fever, and cholera. American cockroaches are also responsible for allergies and breathing problems for people who are exposed to them frequently or over a long period. Our qualified experts will help you get rid of an infestation of American cockroaches and the inconveniences that they cause.