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Species Haplopus scabricollis - Mayer's Walkingstick

Stick Insect - Haplopus scabricollis Walking Stick - Haplopus scabricollis - male Walking Stick - Haplopus scabricollis - male Mayer's Walkingstick (Haplopus mayeri) - Haplopus scabricollis - male Mayer's Walkingstick (Haplopus mayeri) - Haplopus scabricollis - male unknown walking stick - Haplopus scabricollis unknown walking stick - Haplopus scabricollis Haplopus scabricollis? - Haplopus scabricollis
Classification
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Hexapoda (Hexapods)
Class Insecta (Insects)
Order Phasmida (Walkingsticks)
Family Phasmatidae
Genus Haplopus
Species scabricollis (Mayer's Walkingstick)
Synonyms and other taxonomic changes
Aplopus mayeri
Haplopus mayeri (Caudell, 1905)

Haplopus scabricollis (Gray, 1835)
Identification
Only winged walkingstick in the U.S. Two large spines on head, smaller spines on body.
Range
Florida: Florida Keys, Miami-Dade Co. Also found in Caribbean.
Food
Bay cedar
Remarks
Type locality: Florida, Loggerhead Key
Print References
(1)
Internet References
Caudell, 1904 (page 83)
Works Cited
1.Stick Insects of the Continental United States and Canada
Chad Arment. 2006. Coachwhip Publications.