Hanzze wrote:My partner got a camera donated so here are two of our currently 4 pets *smile*
Damn, those guys are BIG! German cockroaches aren't as large.
gyougan wrote:One of the the very few benefits of living in a very cold climate like here is that there is no need to deal with this kind of problems.
It's not so much about the climate outside as it is about the climate inside buildings. In Hungary, it can get pretty cold outside, but the problem is that cockroaches have made their homes in warm buildings during the winter.
I've continued trapping cockroaches in jars. Some of them have died, but some of them are still alive. But if I had thrown them all outside, they would have all died.
I came home from a trip and found quite a few cockroaches upside down and dead on the floor. I suspect that someone has been fumigating while I was away without my knowledge. I expected this, so at least the cockroaches in the jars remain safe from poison.