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Roach can refer to:

Families Blaberidae Blattellidae Blattidae Cryptocercidae Polyphagidae Nocticolidae Cockroaches (or simply roaches) are insects of the Order Blattodea. ... Roach is a surname, and may refer to AJ Roach Archie Roach Clifford Roach Colin Roach Danny Roach Hal Roach Hal Roach (comedian) Isaac H. Roach Jay Roach John Roach, a bishop in the Catholic Church John C. Roach, a justice on the Kentucky Supreme Court John Ross Roach, a... For other uses, see Roach. ... A pile of roaches compared to a new spliff. ... diagram showing the names of the parts of a sail The lower edge of a triangular sail is called the foot of the sail, while the upper point is known as the head. ... The tone or style of this article or section may not be appropriate for Wikipedia. ...

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Allpet Roaches ; Blattodea Rearing. (3051 words)
The Harlequin roach is certainly among the neatest looking of the pet roaches and is a very quick moving medium sized species.
The Firefly roach, being from South America, is a somewhat convincing mimic of the firefly beetles that live there.
The body of this roach is soft enough for almost all predators, there is a high meat to shell ratio, they do not seem to be able to hide as well as many other roaches, and finally, they do not have the impressive defensive smell of many roaches.
Roach Removal Pest Control (928 words)
Wood roaches are very similar in appearance to the common household cockroach called the American roach; flat, oval body, long antennae, spiny legs, chestnut brown color.
However, wood roaches are slightly smaller, about 3/4 to 1 1/4 inch long, and the adults, especially the males, appear tan because of the color of their wings.
Wood roaches are not secretive; they are active both during the day and at night and they are less likely to scamper out of sight when approached.
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