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Stick Insects, Phasmid - Nymphs

Marmessoidea annulata


Came across this group of Nymphs of Phasmids, Marmessoidea annulata. Pic #3 shows a newly molted Nymph, eating its old skin. Pic #4 shows the cluster of Nymphs, on their well eaten food plant.


Tropical forest

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Ipoh, Malaysia

Spotted on Oct 11, 2014
Submitted on Oct 23, 2014

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