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I choose this special Phasmid to be my Spotting number 2222. This is a rare Phasmid find, only described in 1995 from 2 badly condition specimens. So, this could be the first live records of this species. Males of this species have not been recorded yet. Small Phasmid, around 6 cm, with wings and capable of flight. She has an odd-shaped face with spines on her prothorax.
New organism to Project Noah