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Stick Insect, Phasmid - Female

Centrophasma longipennis

Description:

Female of Phasmid from the genus Centrophasma. Quite a large Phasmid, around 10 cm in body length, with sturdy body and spines on her thorax. She has small/false wings which she is not able to use to fly. At the time I saw her, she was carrying an Egg as shown in close-up pictures #1 and #2. Her Egg is elongated in shape like a tube. She carries her egg and will deposit her eggs among crevices of plants/substrate.

Habitat:

Tropical forest

Notes:

New Organism to Project Noah.

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AlbertKang
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AlbertKang

Tawau, Sabah, Malaysia

Spotted on May 10, 2015
Submitted on Jun 2, 2015

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