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   Phasma gigas


Stick Bug (Phasma gigas) (PSG-190)

Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Sub-Class: -
Order: Phasmatodea
Sub-Order: Anareolatae
Family: Phasmatidae
Sub-Family: Phasmatinae
Genus: Phasma
Species: gigas
Year: -
Distribution: Papua New Guinea.

Ova takes 5- 6 month to hatch. They should be kept at 20 to 25°C. When hatched, nymphs are 6/8 inch (2cm) long. P. gigas are sexual.

All the large nymphs/ sub-adults of this species are very strong. These sticks appear to dislike being handled; they wriggle around and kick their legs until you allow them to crawl away or drop to the ground.

Females: get 7 1/8- 7 1/2 inch (18- 19cm) long.

Males: get 4 1/8- 4 1/2 inck (10.5- 11.4cm) long.

Diet: Eucalyptus, Oak, Bramble, Hazel.



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