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   Sungaya inexpectata


Stick Bug (Sungaya inexpectata) (PSG-195)

Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Sub-Class: -
Order: Phasmatodea
Sub-Order: Aerolatae
Family: Bacillidae
Sub-Family: Heteropteryginae
Genus: Sungaya
Species: inexpectata
Year: -
Distribution: Phillippines.

The eggs incubate for 3-4 month. This species is parthenogenetic in culture. It is easy to handle and ideal for beginners. They need 1 1/4- 2 inches (3- 5cm) of moist substrate. The eggs of this specie tend to rot just before they hatch.

Females: when adults needs 80- 90% humidity, this helps them to lay eggs. They get 2 3/4- 3 1/4 inches (7- 8cm) long.

Diet: Bramble, Oak, Chestnut, Raspbery.


L1 nymph.

L3 nymph.

Medium size nymph.

Adult female.


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