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Date: 5/28/2003


Question:
Where are the eyes of the hissing cockroach located?


Replies:
They eyes are on the lower front outside part of the head. Pictures at this site show the eyes clearly on the nymphs, not clearly on adults.

http://www.key-net.net/users/swb/pet_arthropod/hiss.htm

J. Elliott


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