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Giant Walkingstick - Diapheromera femorata - male

Giant Walkingstick - Diapheromera femorata - Male
North Judson, Indiana, USA
August 9, 2004

Male walkingstick
Looks like a male Diapheromera sp., probably D. femorata, the common species.

 
Male walkingstick
Thank you Eric

Jon

 
giant walking stick
Megaphasma dentricus (Stål)would be the giant- it keys out to having multiple spines on the hind legs- is anyone keeping these in vivaria?
The one in the photo would be the northern walking stick- more common.
John

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