The Surinam Cockroach (Pycnoscelus Surinamensis) grows anywhere between 0.7 and 0.98 inches depending on its food sources.
The American Cockroach (Periplaneta Americana) is one of the most common roaches in Florida. Unlike its name suggests, it’s native to Africa.
The Florida Woods Cockroach (Eurycotis Floridana) is a red-brown roach known for its foul smell. Males release a foul smell when alarmed.
This Australian roach (Periplaneta Australasiae) has made its way to Florida. It likes tropical climates, especially habitats with water sources.
These roaches (Panchlora Nivea) have a pale green color and they don’t live inside homes. This is the reason they aren’t considered pests.
The German Cockroach (Blattella Germanica) is the most troublesome household roach. It breeds frequently and it reaches maturity faster than other roaches.
The Asian Cockroach (Blattella Asahinai) looks very similar to the German Cockroach. Unlike the German Cockroach, the Asian Cockroach has been seen as a beneficial insect.
This dark cockroach (Periplaneta Fuliginosa) has marks on its back and it can be distinguished from the more popular American Cockroach.
Part of the Ectoviidae family, this species is comprised of multiple smaller sub-species that are all known to live indoors.
Rehn’s Cockroach is characterized by a brown-golden color. Part of the Ectoviidae family, this cockroach lives inside the house where it’s seen most of the time.