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It has spines on its head, legs and sides. The spines on its head are a but longer than the ones on its legs and sides.


The place I found it has cooler temperature since it is located in the forest. It seemed to be staying on the ground under dry leaves.


I spotted it at our property in the forest at Mt. Manduasin in Brgy. Moto, San Dionisio, Iloilo, Philippines.

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Obriminid phasmid.
Tisamenus serratorius Spiny Stick Insect - Pair | Project Noah

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Hema 7 months ago


Ma Lilia Balogo
Ma Lilia Balogo 7 months ago

Thank you, Mark. It did look similar to the insects on Albert Kang's photos.

Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 7 months ago


Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 7 months ago

Oh and welcome to Project Noah. If you look through Albert Kang's collection you will find many stick insects. Great first spotting.

Ma Lilia Balogo
Spotted by
Ma Lilia Balogo

Iloilo, Philippines

Spotted on Jun 6, 2020
Submitted on Jun 6, 2020

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