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Texas Walkingstick Information, by Mike Quinn


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Northern Walkingstick


Walkingstick swarms


Walkingstick.


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a female walkingstick


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Two striped walkingstick


I'm not just a researcher, I'm an educator!


Two striped walkingstick (Ani


Giant Walkingstick


Giant Walkingstick


Northern Walkingstick


immature creosote bush walkingstick


Walkingstick photo


Iowa walkingstick


Female northern walkingstick.


Male northern walkingstick.


I agree.


Walkingstick


Cool Walkingstick


them look like walkingstick


Female northern walkingstick.


Ahah! It looks like that article had


There is a walkingstick


Male Megaphasma.


Northern walkingstick if I'm


Northern walkingstick.


More shots?


Might be one of these: https


some orthoptera to watch for


Not a walkingstick. Check out Barce (order Hemiptera)


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walkingstick


walkingstick, but a weird one


stick bug


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young walkingstick


Looks like ...


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Walkingstick Phasmatodea


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Identification


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I don't know which one, but...


this is a female Anisomorpha sp.


this is a male northern walkingstick, in an unnatural position


Phasmid


Walkingstick


Indian walkingstick is not listed


walkingstick ...maybe one of the Anisomorpha


an unlucky walkingstick


Probably also tachinids.


female Northern Walkingstick


Mating pair of stick insects


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Walkingstick


Northern Walkingstick, actually


a Walkingstick in genus Timema


Judging by location


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sorry about the flip-flopping


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a "Giant Walkingstick"


Sedona Walkingstick


How about...


looks like a female "Blatchley Walkingstick"


I believe this is the name for this specimen.


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Not a walkingstick...


Unknown walking stick ID Request


How did I miss the spines?


adult male Blatchley Walkingstick


Northern Walkingstick nymph


This is an adult male Diapheromera femorata


seems to be a very pale Southern Two-striped Walkingstick


These don't look like D. covilleae


She actually IS a Giant Walkingstick


That far north


Re: Unknown Walkingstick


Wow.


striped walkingstick


Perhaps Striped Walkingsticks (Pseudophasmatidae)


Yes...


Looks like


Looks like


I'm retracting my original su


I think this is a Giant Walki


Unknown Insect


walkingstick


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perhaps northern walkingstick


Definitely a Bug and not a Walkingstick


A Colorado Short-horned Walkingstick


Cool!


walkingstick


Walkingstick


Female Northern Walkingstick


Giant walkingstick female


It's a female Short-horned Walkingstick


It looks to be the Indian Wal


Yes


Mexican walkingstick


Probably Northern Walkingstick


I'm guessing


Short-horned?


Two lined walkingstick


Northern walkingstick


Twostriped walkingstick


cute pic


look like Two-striped Walkingstick


Two-striped Walkingstick, Anisomorpha buprestoides


Two-striped Walkingstick?


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Hmm...


Paul, if you know this species


Some examples


p.s. - stick insect


Walkingstick


I'd agree.


Not an expert


I vote for...


Manomera blatchleyi


Yes.


Diapheromera sp.


other species


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Looks like


Northern walkingstick male.


Two-striped Walkingstick - Anisomorpha buprestoides


It would apear to be


Male northern walkingstick.


Actually


They like


Northern walkingstick female.


Thanks!


Creosote bush walkingstick.


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Northern walkingstick male.


Male Diapheromera femorata.


Diapheromera more likely.


Anisomorpha


Short-horned walkingstick.


Stick bug


Parabacillus sp.


Male northern walkingstick.


Anisomorpha buprestoides - Tw


Gravid female.


Walkingsticks


Diapheromera male.


Not walkingstick!


Parabacillus sp., male.


Yes, immature.


No kidding!!


Just to voice the loyal opposition -


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Walkingstick


Must be


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I've emailed Dr. Richman with questions.


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Yes, male and female


Northern Walkingstick, Diapheromera femorata - Diapheromera femo


No, just a plain psych-o & bug addict :-)


Okay, it's a male.


Thanks for educating me, April.


Two-striped Walkingstick?


Mix 'n' Mingle?


Female Diapheromera


Parabacillus hesperus.


Looks like...


Online Resource


Utah species


Different species at least.


Male Northern Walkingstick


Female "devil rider"


I agree.


Two-striped Walkingstick?


You're not the first to ask for that...


twostriped walkingstick


Male walkingstick


Male walkingstick


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