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Posted on 02/09/2014


Photo taken on February  3, 2014


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nymph
stick insect
Phasmatodea
Phasmid
Wilsons Creek NSW
possibly Candovia strumosa
50mm


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young 50mm Stick Insect, possibly Candovia strumosa

young  50mm Stick Insect, possibly Candovia strumosa
I saw this one day, after having no sightings of the 2 older ones for a week or two, and the next day I saw that the preying mantis was eating something that looked like it could have been this one, so I'm presuming that the other two were also eaten. The trees they were attracted to feed on have now all been planted out.. . . . . photo KR

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just"jj"
just"jj"
oh gosh ... there's some real action in your garden!
4 years ago.
imbala
imbala
Not what I was hoping for, though. . . . . .
It solved the problem about what to do with the stick insects when we planted the trees out. The 46 trees are all planted out and we continue to get rain. . . . YES!
4 years ago.