Cockroach Eggs and Egg Cases
Cockroaches don't lay eggs, but rather they carry a large number of eggs in an egg case which remains attached to their body until it is nearly ready to hatch.
The egg case is then glued to a surface or simply dropped in a convenient place where food is prevalent.
This, more often than not is in the kitchen under the fridge, dishwasher, sink or in the pantry. Hundreds of young emerge and feed on simple things:
- A crumb
- A finger print
- A grease smear
- A dead cockroach, perhaps Mum!
- Cockroach droppings!
- Food labels
- Pretty much anything you can think of...
They truly are dirty rotten little blighters, so if you want to get rid of them give us a call.
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