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   Brasidas samarensis


Stick Bug (Brasidas samarensis)

Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Phasmatodea
Sub-Order: Aerolatae
Family: Bacillidae
Sub-Family: Heteropteryginae
Genus: Brasidas
Species: samarensis
Year: -
Distribution: Bobon, Northern Samar and Phillippines.

This is one of my most favorite species. The females get beutyfull green color, males brown with a green stripe along their spine. They can be found at sea level. In the wild they live on a wide variety of plants in new growths jungle and underneath big fruit trees.

Females: get 11cm long. Females will lay their ova in the ground, so the substrate should be at least 1- 2 inches deep. The substrate should be moist but not wet, if you squize it in your hand slightly, no water should drip.

Males: 7cm long.

Diet: Bramble, Guava, Red/ Yellow Salmon Berry.

One day old nymph.

Subadult male.

Subadult female.

Adult female.

Adult male.

Female depositing her eggs in the soil.


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