roach-americanAmerican Cockroach

The American Cockroach is one of the larger roaches growing to a length of about 1 ½ inches. It is identified by an auburn to brown color with a white ring around its pronotum (that’s the shield looking Learn More – Click Here


Collier Pest Control is your Southwest Florida Pest Authority, including the Asian Cockroach. The Asian Cockroach was recently introduced into Florida as a new species in 1986. It has Learn More – Click Here

roach-australianAustralian Cockroach 

The Australian Cockroach is one of the most common large roaches seen here in Southwest Florida. The Australian Cockroach is identified by its bat shaped markings on its pronotum (the Learn More – Click Here

roach-brown-bandedBrown Banded Cockroach

The Brown Banded Cockroach prefers to live indoors, like the German Cockroach. It is small, rarely more than ½ inch long. The Brown Banded Cockroach can be distinguished from the German Learn More – Click Here

cubanCuban Cockroach

This cockroach’s common name comes from the country where it was originally collected. It found it’s way here in bunches of bananas and tobacco. It is only found in Florida, along the Gulf Coast in Learn More – Click Here

roach-germanGerman Cockroach

Collier Pest Control is your Southwest Florida Pest Authority including the German Cockroach. The German Roach is the most common household insect pest found in the United States. They are usually Learn More – Click Here

roach-australianPalmetto Bug

Collier Pest Control is your Southwest Florida Pest Authority, including the famous Florida Palmetto Bug. This Famous Florida Palmetto Bug is one of Florida’s best legions. It hides in closets, Learn More – Click Here

roach-surinamSurinam Cockroach

This tropical cockroach usually is not noticed until large numbers have populated an area. They remain inside cracks and crevices, under leaf litter, and mulch during the day and come out at night Learn More – Click Here

roach-woodsWoods Roach

The Florida woods cockroach is a large roach up to 1 1/2 inch long with an oval shaped body. This roach prefers to live outdoors in debris and decaying vegetation. It often can be controlled by removing Learn More – Click Here