Arenivaga floridensis

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Arenivaga floridensis
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Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Blattodea
Family: Corydiidae
Subfamily: Corydiinae
Genus: Arenivaga
Species: A. floridensis
Binomial name
Arenivaga floridensis
Caudell, 1918

Arenivaga floridensis is a species of sand cockroaches of the subfamily Corydiinae, in the family Corydiidae. It is a fossorial insect endemic to the Florida sand ridge. Its natural habitats are scrubland and sandhill communities on ancient ridges in peninsular Florida.


  • Lamb, T., Justice, T.C. & Justice, M. 2006. Distribution and Status of the Cockroach Arenivaga floridensis Caudell, a Florida Sand Ridge Endemic. Southeastern Naturalist 5: 587–598