Panchlora cf. nivia - Cuban Cockroach / Green Banana Cockroach (Linnaeus, 1758)
Blattodea: Blaberoidea: Blaberidae: Panchlorinae
Date: 23rd of February, 2017 at 05:44:02pm
Location: Brazil, Santa Catarina, Benedito Novo (Lat: -26.77, Long: -49.36)
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''Panchlora nivea'', the Cuban cockroach or green banana cockroach, is a small species of cockroach found in Cuba and the Caribbean, and along the Gulf Coast from Florida to Texas, and has been observed as far north as Charleston, South Carolina. It is found in subtropical or tropical climates.
The females can grow up to 24 mm and the smaller males are 12 to 15 mm long. It is winged and a strong flier, pale green to yellowish green in color, with a yellow line running up the sides... more