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SPECIES IN CULTURE


 

PHASMIDS
Phyllium gigateum
Phyllium siccifolium
Phyllium bioculatum
Phyllium hausleithneri
Pharnacia cantori
Phobaeticus serratipes
Heteropteryx dilatata

Live females Phyllium gigateum are kept in netting on mango tree where they feedPhasmids cages in my garden

Note: I have started breeding again for phasmids ova and mantids for ootheca in 2008.

 

 

MANTIDS
Deroplatys desiccata
Deroplatys truncata
Deroplatys lobata
Hymenopus coronatus
Green mantids

Note: I have started breeding mantids for ootheca again in 2008.

 
 

 
 

TROPICAL PHASMIDS FOODPLANT
Guava Plant (Psidium Guajava)
GUAVA
A versatile fruit tree is one the the best alternative foodplant for phasmids. Easily accepted by species like Phyllium, Pharnacia, Phobaeticus, Eurycnema, Extatosoma , H.dilatata and almost any kind of phasmids. It is hardy and can be grown from seeds.

Guava seeds: Available in tubes. Email me.


Mango tree cultivated from seedMANGO
Another versatile fruit tree acceptable by almost all Phylliumm and other species

 


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