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Titan stick insect nymph

Acrophylla wuelfingi


A second instar nymph of the titan stick insect has green legs but a brown body, matching the brown stems of the eucalyptus twigs.


Native to eastern Australia but in warmer latitudes, this stick insect has been captive bred.


Younger nymphs are sometimes green and sometimes brown. Older instars are totally brown.

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Victoria, Australia

Spotted on Jan 28, 2013
Submitted on Jan 28, 2013

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