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Phasmatodea, Pseudophasmatidea??, Hesperophasmatini???. Remembers me somehow of Hypocyrtus sp.. I know that females of Hypocyrtus vittatus or now called Hypocyrtus scythrus might me quite variable. I am a little bit confused about the large dark spot within the brighter area compared to the "v"-shaped area that you usually see in Scythrus.I will ask an expert about this one. I could be faaar away with my guess ;-)...http://www.phasmatodea.com/de/web/guest/...http://phasmatodea.cz/?stranka=druhy&...http://www.insectissima.de/2.html (srcoll down)
Spotted on Jun 22, 2011 Submitted on Jan 24, 2013