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Not an American cockroach (Periplaneta americana). Looks like a carabid beetle.
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It's definitely a tenebrionid beetle. The species of the families Tenebrionidae and Carabidae are called "cucarachas" or "cucarachos" by the majority of chileans, who call the true cockroaches (order Blattodea) "baratas". As you can see, it's only a matter of common names.
I see. Yet another example of how misleading common names are. Thanks for the information.
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