The Pennsylvania cockroach is normally found in southern states, Midwestern states, and northeastern states. They are commonly referred to as the “wood roach”. The wood roach are brown in color with black wings that cover their backs; females have noticeably smaller wings. Males are able to fly for short periods while the females are flightless. These cockroaches have 3 developmental stages; egg, nymph, and adult. Females will use a glue like substance to secure their egg cases in protected spaces close to a food source. Generally, these egg cases contain about 16 eggs. On average females live 34-181 days while males live 112-160 days.