Barry Fitzgerald as Mr. Pest Man

Has been operating Mr. Pest Man on the Sunshine Coast,
Queensland Australia for 19 years, servicing from
Caboolture to Gympie in all areas of Pest Control.

Cockroaches

The Australian Cockroach

This is a large reddish brown to dark brown roach with yellow bars on the front edge of its forewing. They are good flyers, entering homes through windows, doors, soffits and gables, especially where moisture problems exist. They breed and live in moist, decaying vegetation outdoors. This is another of the roaches referred to as “Palmetto Bugs”.
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The American Cockroach

One of the group commonly referred to as “Palmetto Bugs”, the American roach is the largest of the roaches infesting homes. It has reddish brown wings and is a good flyer. American roaches often invade from sewer systems and heavily mulched areas. The female attaches the egg capsule, containing 15-18 eggs, in high areas in garages, closets, utility rooms and fireplaces. Found nearly anywhere in the house, American roaches contaminate food, carry disease, damage book bindings, fabrics and wallpaper.
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The German Cockroach

This roach, with two dark stripes running from front to back, is found throughout the world, thriving wherever man lives, eating the same foods, sharing the same habitats. It is commonly found in restaurants, kitchens and stores where food, moisture and harborage are abundant. Populations build rapidly from egg capsules being produced about every 20-25 days. Each capsule contains about 35 eggs, the young maturing in about 100 days. German roaches contaminate food, leave stains, create foul odors and carry disease organisms. They hide during the day, closely packed in small cracks and crevices near food and water.

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