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Tina Kim, Michael K. The Turkestan cockroach, Blatta lateralis Walker , has become an important invasive species throughout the southwestern United States and has been reported in the southern United States. It is rapidly replacing the oriental cockroach, Blatta orientalis L.
They typically inhabit in-ground containers such as water meter, irrigation, and electrical boxes, raises of concrete, cracks and crevices, and hollow block walls. On occasion, they will invade dwellings. At Both males and females had five nymphal instars. Adult females deposited up to 25 oothecae. The oothecae averaged Adults lived for at least d. Two parameters that might contribute to the success of Turkestan cockroaches compared with oriental cockroaches are that the developmental period of the nymphs of Turkestan cockroaches are shorter and adult female Turkestan cockroaches produce considerably more oothecae than do oriental cockroaches.
These may explain the observations by Pest Management Professionals that Turkestan cockroaches are displacing oriental cockroaches in outdoor habitats throughout the southwestern United States. Several invasive species of cockroaches have become significant urban domiciliary and peri-domestic pests worldwide.
Their spread has been attributed to human commerce and movements Rehn , and some species such as the German cockroach, Blattella germanica L. The Turkestan cockroach, Blatta lateralis Walker , has become an invasive species throughout southwestern United States. Turkestan cockroaches are native to a large area of the Middle East extending from Libya eastward to Central Asia including Afghanistan, Pakistan, Uzbekistan, and southern Russia Alesho They have been collected in urban areas of the Ludhiana region of Punjub State of India Sandhu and Sohi and are considered a household pest in central Asia in homes with clay floors Roth and Willis In the s, B.
In Iraq, B. In Baghdad, it was found in sewers and manholes near hospitals Kassai and Mohsen Infestations were reported around schools in Los Angeles in and Gulmahamad Transport of military goods and equipment from the Middle East is probably responsible for its initial introduction.