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Photo#73352
WalkingStick - Diapheromera femorata - female

WalkingStick - Diapheromera femorata - Female
Adams County, Pennsylvania, USA
August 27, 2006
Can someone tell me is this ia a female Northern Walking Stick. (Diapheromera femorata)?

Probably.
Looks like either a female or an immature, or both:-) I don't think there is any other phasmid species that far north.

 
I have.....
a photo of a young male Walking Stick. It has the striped femur on the front legs and the body looks to be thinner than this individual.That is why I am thinking this may be a female.Take a look at this photo http://www.pbase.com/image/65926158 Both were small compared to the adults I had seen earlier so I figured they were both immatures. The terminal appendages look different also. Appreciate your reply, Eric.

 
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