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Walking Leaf Stick Insect
Stick Insect commented on by Walking Leaf Spain9 years ago

This is a Praying Mantis from the Genus Empusa.
(The Walking Stick Phobaeticus is from Asia so this has nothing to do with it)

Walking Leaf Stick insect
Stick insect commented on by Walking Leaf Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Malaysia9 years ago

A male Phasmid of the Tribe Necrosciini.

Walking Leaf Walking Stick
Walking Stick commented on by Walking Leaf Atlántico Sur, Nicaragua9 years ago

This looks a close relative to the Genus Lamponius.

Walking Leaf Katydid (Tettigoniidae)
Katydid (Tettigoniidae) commented on by Walking Leaf Cartago, Costa Rica9 years ago

Nice insect! But this is a katydid species and not Phyllium sp.

Walking Leaf Empty Pupa from a moth
Empty Pupa from a moth commented on by Walking Leaf São Paulo, Brazil9 years ago

Cockroaches lay their eggs in ootheca (egg mass). This is a pupa.

Walking Leaf Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Walking Leaf Lat: 32.91 Lon: -117.269 years ago

Not a sand cockroach, they have a round, brownish body, the head is located under the pronotum and they have very small eyes. Also the form of the antenna is different from that of cockroaches. I think this is a Crustacea.

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