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Forest Roach

Ectobius sp. (nymph)


i only have this photo and it's fozy,spoted in a pine tree crust is tiny 1 cm maxim Ectobius is a genus native to Old World described by Stephens in 1835, belonging to the family Blattellidae, subfamily Ectobiinae. Ectobius species - NymphSpecies of this genus are mainly present in most of Europe, in eastern Palearctic ecozone and in the Near East. The adult 'cockroaches' reach 6–12 millimetres (0.24–0.47 in) of length, the basic coloration of their body is mostly brown or yellowish, with a clearer margin. The females are usually bigger than the males and have shorter wings, while in the males wings cover at least the

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Forest Roach
Ectobius sp. (nymph)

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AntónioGinjaGinja 9 years ago

thanks Walking Leaf for the id,perfect

Braga, Portugal

Spotted on Dec 14, 2011
Submitted on Dec 14, 2011

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