i think so. i put out salt water which i needed for a project then after a day i found three dead roaches in it.
No, roaches are attracted by sources of food and water and warm, dark places to live.
Roaches are attracted to smelly vagina. So you probably should call an exterminator..
Roaches are thigmatrophic, meaning they like pressure on their bodies. They can usually be found in cracks around the cabinetry in the kitchen or bathrooms (being close to water) depending on the variety on roaches. Roaches, like all other organisms are attracted to food and water, so food available to them or unsanitary conditions will attract roaches.
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Yes, cockroaches can live in houseplants. Roaches are attracted to organic things like soils from houseplants. Keeping the houseplants watered can help in eliminating the cockroaches.
no not all roaches fly only water bug witch is a roach
Roaches can only live without water for 1 month. They can survive without food for 3 months.
Lightning is attracted to water and if you're surfing it'll be attracted to you
water will attracted because water is charged
When water is attracted to other water molecules it is called cohesion. When water is attracted to other substances it is called adhesion.
When water is attracted to water it is called cohesion. When water is attracted to other materials, it is called adhesion. This occurs because water is polar.
roaches are attracted to alcohol. in order to eliminate roaches, one method involves leaving a little bit of beer in a bottle standing upright covered by a sock or pantyhose. the roaches will then be able to climb the glass easier. you will find them dead inside the bottle after some time.
No flies generally aren't attracted to light but they are attracted to sugar water. More sugar than water.
A substance which is attracted to water is generally known as hydrophilic.
roaches, because roaches produce dinosaurs
Roaches are brown?
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no they eat baby roaches and roaches eat baby crikets
one end is attracted whereas the other end repells water.
water bugs, roaches ants
they eat bugs such as"wasps,roaches,beetles,andso on"
is attracted to water; to like water.
the glycerol part is attracted because it is hydrophilic, while the fatty acids are fat soluble so they are hydrophobic and not attracted to water