Found this one outdoors in a pile of leaves
MJL490. Nymph. Suction sampled. Rank grassland.
about 1" long.
Found indoors in rural area.
Locality: NEW ZEALAND AK, suburb of Mission Bay, Kepa Bush Reserve.
Habitat: Native forest remnant. General beating.
Identification: Ornatiblatta maori (Rehn, 1904)
BioBlitz 2015: Pourewa Reserve and Kepa Bush.
Found this guy under a log, looks like a young wood roach.
Blattodea is an insect order that currently combines the Cockroaches and the Termites. Formerly, the Termites were considered a separate order, Isoptera, but genetic and molecular evidence suggests a very close relationship with the Cockroaches. The Blattodea and the Mantises (order Mantodea) are now all considered part of the superorder Dictyoptera.