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Family Diapheromeridae


Walkingsticks Mating - Diapheromera femorata - male - female Greasewood Walking Stick - Diapheromera covilleae - male Mating walking sticks - Diapheromera femorata - male - female Walking stick - Diapheromera femorata Walking Stick? - Diapheromera femorata - female Prairie Walking Stick - Diapheromera velii - male Northern Walkingstick - Diapheromera femorata Northern Walkingstick - Diapheromera femorata - male

Which Walkingstick? - Manomera blatchleyi Which Walkingstick? - Manomera blatchleyi Blatchley Walkingstick - Manomera blatchleyi Blatchley Walkingstick - Manomera blatchleyi - female Stick Insect - Manomera blatchleyi Manomera Species? - Manomera - male Long and thin - Manomera blatchleyi - female Manomera brachypyga

Walkingstick - which species? - Megaphasma denticrus - male Female Giant Walking Stick? - Megaphasma denticrus - female Megaphasma dentricus - Megaphasma denticrus Walkingstick threesome - Megaphasma denticrus - male - female Walking Stick - Megaphasma denticrus - female Walking Stick - Megaphasma denticrus Walking Stick Insect 3 - Megaphasma denticrus - male Giant Walking Stick - Megaphasma denticrus

walkingstick - Pseudosermyle stramineus - male Which Walking Stick ? - Pseudosermyle stramineus Stick Insect? - Pseudosermyle SE Arizona Walkingstick - Pseudosermyle - female Desert Phasmid - Pseudosermyle - female stick insect - Pseudosermyle - female Walkingstick (Phasmida) - Pseudosermyle stramineus - female TX - Walkingstick (spiny) - Pseudosermyle strigata - female

Walkingstick with Walkingstick with Mexican Walkingstick - Sermyle mexicana Walking Stick, any help with ID? - Sermyle mexicana Walking Stick, any help with ID? - Sermyle mexicana Mexican Walkingstick - Sermyle mexicana