Madagascar Hissing Cockroach:
Distribution and Habitat
Under logs and leaf litter in forests
Males are light brown and have “horns” on their heads.
Females are darker brown.
Both males and females can grow to be 2–3 inches long.
The Hissing Cockroaches get their name from a hissing sound they make while fighting for territory or when startled by a predator.
Males will use the horns on their heads to ram into one another, and typically the largest and nosiest male will win the battle.