Brown-banded cockroaches are an invasive species distinguished by their namesake dark brown bodies intricately decorated with two light brown bands across adult and baby wings.
Brown-banded cockroaches are no strangers to the home. Creeping and crawling along kitchen cabinets, bathrooms and behind photo frames, they inhabit places where you least expect them. Unfortunately, they have an enduring lifespan of up to 206 days. Generally, these nocturnal pests can be found anytime, making quick exits before detection.