Calolampra marginalis (female)Common name: Western Smoky Calolampra
Distribution: This cockroach is known from the southwest of Western Australia.
Remarks: These cockroaches were approximately 20 millimetres long.
Females of this species do not have fully-developed wings. Males do develop wings and look very different.
We have photographed this cockroach in July, September, November and December.
References: A Guide to the Cockroaches of Australia. David Rentz. 2014.
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