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HOUSING INVERTEBRATES
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Housing Guidelines
Other Housing Options
Breeding Housing Options
Heating and Lighting
Floor Linings (substrate)

FEEDING AND HUSBANDRY
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Moulting and Diseases
Feeding Regimen
Cleaning and ova separation
Providing Food

BREEDING STICK INSECTS
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Sexing and Mating
Egg Laying and preparation
Rearing Nymphs

BUGS, BUGS & MORE BUGS
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Species in Culture
Sending live insects by post
Picture Gallery
Related Websites
 
 


ORDER: PHASMIDA   FAMILY: BACILLIDAE    SUB-FAMILY:HETEROPTERYGINAE

Group: Anisacanthini

Species: Parectatosoma Hystrix - Madagascar, now lost in culture.

Photograph ©2001 Cedric Vaucher Photograph ©2001 Cedric Vaucher Photograph ©2001 Cedric Vaucher

Photograph ©2001 Geneva Museum Photograph ©2001 Geneva Museum  

The group Anisacanthini contains only one species of phasmid; parectatosoma, a fierce looking spiny phasmid from Madagascar which has unfortunately been lost in culture. For more information about Anisacanthini and parectatosoma in particular visit Bruno Biron's website. Why not move on to look at more species of heteropteryginae?


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