Australian cockraoch

Periplaneta australasiae

This species is 31-37 in size, closely resembles the American cockroach but is more dark and has a bright band on the frontal part of its wings. The thorax has a remarkable bright cross-band. Australian cockroaches produce egg parcels, containing 30-50 eggs. These egg parcels are often deposited on stems, underneath ridges or on walls, always on places with a rough structure.

Hostplants australian cockraoch:

May survive on a full vegetarian diet and often occurs in botanical gardens. In higher densities considerabble damage may occur due to plant, root, leaf and flower feeding behaviour of the cockroaches.

Products against Australian cockroach:



PERIPLAN, parasitoid of cockroach egg parcels