SPECIES Phasmid species
ORIGIN South Amercia
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DESCRIPTION Small stick insect which resembles a stick which allows them to hide from predators. The wings allow them to glide from branch to branch. Stick insects have eggs that resemble seeds.
- Body shape variable but most are elongate and cylindrical or flattened and resemble sticks, leaves or grass
- 2 pairs of wings although some species are wingless
- Wings when present consist of short, hardened forewings which form a protective cover over part of the larger membranous hind wings
- Antennae are filiform and may be either short or long
Phasmid nymphs usually resemble adults but lack wings.
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