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   Lamponius guerini


Guadeloupe Stick Bug (Lamponius guerini) (PSG-101)

Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Sub-Class: -
Order: Phasmatodea
Sub-Order: Anareolatae
Family: Phasmatidae
Sub-Family: Bacteriinae
Genus: Lamponius
Species: guerini
Year: -
Distribution: Guadeloupe (Island).

L. guerini are sexual. These are very active stick-insects when held, and don't seem to mind it at all. The nymph are 1cm to 1.5cm, dark brown. Incubation takes 4 monthes at 25°C, in a slightly moist atmosphere. The egg is 4mm long, with a 2mm diameter.

Females: get 8-9cm long. Their white on brown coloration is selected adaptation which mimics bird-droppings. They laying about 2 eggs per days.

Males: get 7-8cm long. The body is rather cylindric. Antennas are 4 cm long. The head bears 8 small spines on its back part. Legs are green brown

Diet: Bramble, Ivy, Oak, Pear, Raspberry, Red maple, Rose, Eucalyptus.

Status: with some luck, should have some ova available in 3- 4 month.


One day old nymph.


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