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  1. Phasmatodea - Wikipedia

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    Phasmatodea, once considered a suborder of Orthoptera, is now treated as an order of its own. Anatomical features separate them as a monophyletic (descended from a common ancestor) group from the Orthoptera. One is the instance among all species of Phasmatodea of a pair of exocrine glands inside the prothorax

  2. Phasmatodea.com The World of Stick Insects.... "Welcome to the world’s largest website on Stick and Leaf Insects (Phasmatodea)” ...

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  4. Phasmatodea | Definition of Phasmatodea by Merriam-Webster

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    Phasmatodea definition is - a suborder of Orthoptera often considered a separate order, comprising large, cylindrical or sometimes flattened, chiefly tropical insects with long strong legs, strictly phytophagous habits, and very slight metamorphosis and including the stick insects and leaf insects.

  5. Phasmatodea - stick insects, leaf insects

    www.ento.csiro.au/education/insects/phasmatodea.html

    Phasmatodea: stick and leaf insects. Characteristics As their name suggests these cryptic insects have the shape and colouring of the leaves and twigs of the plants they inhabit.

  6. Phasmatodea, once considered a suborder of Orthoptera, is now treated as an order of its own. Anatomical features separate them as a monophyletic (descended from a common ancestor) group from the Orthoptera. One is the instance among all species of Phasmatodea of a pair of exocrine glands inside the prothorax

  7. Stick insects and Leaf insects (Order: Phasmatodea) - Amateur ...

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    Information on Stick insects and Leaf insects (Order: Phasmatodea). The Stick insects (sometimes called "walking sticks") and Leaf insects are some of the most well known of all insects.

  8. ENT 425 | General Entomology | Resource Library | Compendium ...

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    Jan 23, 2020 · Phasmatodea. Walkingsticks / Stick Insects / Leaf Insects / Phasmids. The name Phasmatodea, derived from the Greek "phasm" meaning phantom, refers to the cryptic appearance and behavior of these insects.

  9. Phasmatodea | Insect Orders | 4-H and Youth | Extension ...

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    Order Phasmatodea. COMMON NAME: WALKING STICKS. The Phasmatodae are elongated, sticklike insects with chewing mouthparts. Most are wingless or nearly so. Legs are long and spaced far apart. Antennae are long and many segmented. Metamorphosis is gradual, the life stages being the egg, nymph, and adult. Walkingsticks feed on the leaves of plants.

  10. Food Plants | Phasmatodea

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    Food Plants for Phasmids. General information. if possible offer phasmids more than one food plant - they will be healthier. The food plants we are offering them are a mere substitute for their natural food plants.

  11. Stick Insects | National Geographic

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    It and the equally inconspicuous leaf insect comprise the Phasmatodea order, of which there are approximately 3,000 species. Size. Stick insect species, often called walking sticks, ...