Cockroaches belong to Kingdom Animalia, Phylum Arthropoda, Class Insecta and Order Blattaria. Some species invade human dwellings and are considered pests. Cockroaches have flat, oval-shaped bodies. The bodies of cockroaches are oily to touch and may be cool or warm, depending on the temperature of their environment. Male cockroaches are typically smaller than females. Female specimens often tend to be larger and, in some species, the females lack wings where as the males possess them. Cockroaches can be carriers of various diseases such as typhoid, hepatitius, dysentary, and other disease because they are commonly found near waste deposits or in the kitchen, where food is present. Restaurants may also experience cockroach infestations. Most commonly found species are german, american and brown banned cockroach. Cockroaches have been reported to spread at least 33 kinds of bacteria, six kinds of parasitic worms, and at least seven other kinds of human pathogens.
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Cockroaches need four things to survive and thrive: Like all living organisms this cockroach needs to eat, to have sufficient moisture, and to have a place to hide when it is not actively foraging for that food and water. Our Pest control Team knows about cockroach handling. Baits and other techniques are used to resolve the infestation. Most effective treatment is gel treatment used to control these harmful pests.