Adults are pale green and nymphs are brown or black.
Cuban roaches can grow up to 2-inches in length.
Cuban roaches are attracted to light and are strong flyers. This roach does not normally invade homes.
The Cuban cockroach, also called the green banana cockroach, is usually an outdoor species. They can be found in shrubbery, trees, and plants.
Cuban cockroach adults are green, while the nymphs are dark brown to black. This is because the adults live in the canopies of trees, while the nymphs live on the ground below. Their coloration acts as a camouflage for both nymphs and adults.
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