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Light brown to black, appendages lighter than rest of the body; about 1/10 inch long;
parallel lines on head and thorax; antennae of 12 segments.
Invade homes foraging for food throughout the year. Nests are outdoors under stones,
along curbing or in cracks of pavement. Can nest indoors in walls and under floors.
Omnivorous; will eat many things, but prefer greasy and sweet foods.
Queen produces 5-20 eggs per day; brood develops in about 40 days; young go through 3 larval stages.
Slow-moving; a particular nuisance around homes with slab-on-grade construction.
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