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It looks different from a Parcoblatta lata (I breed them). It is probably a Parcoblatta pennsylvanica. And I do not think it is a Periplaneta japonica because it's 10th tergum is not split, http://www.jasa.pe.kr/pulmuchi/sciname.h... (Search for the Periplaneta japonica page on the side bar of the website)
Definitely a wood cockroach, Parcoblatta. Not sure beyond that. I find these on the islands of the river while kayaking. They seem to be in every piece of dead wood.
Spotted on Apr 5, 2014 Submitted on Apr 5, 2014
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