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Extension > Garden > Diagnose a problem > What insect is this? > Insects found indoors > Beetles, bugs, ants, and other insects without obvious wings - Under 1/4 inch long > Brown banded cockroach nymph

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Brownbanded cockroach nymph

Brown banded-cockroach

Jeff Hahn

Size: 1/16 - 1/2 inch long

Where/When: Found indoors anytime during the year. Usually brought into homes in infested boxes, bags, luggage, and other items.

Significance: Is a persistent home-infesting insect. Also can be a public health problem by contaminating food and causing allergic reactions and asthma.

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