Anisomorpha buprestoides

Anisomorpha buprestoides (Southern Two-Striped Walkingstick, Devil Rider, or Musk Mare) is a stick insect (Order Phasmatodea: otherwise known as `phasmids` or walkingsticks) which occurs throughout the southeastern United States. Anisomorpha buprestoides is a large, stout (for a stick insect) brown phasmid with three conspicuous longitudinal bla.....
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Anisomorpha buprestoides

(from the article `orthopteran`) Man may handle most walking sticks safely, but a large, heavily bodied species in the southeastern U.S. (Anisomorpha buprestoides) sometimes forcibly ...
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Anisomorpha Buprestoides

Anisomorpha buprestoides is a species of stick insect found in Florida, USA where they are active during the day among dry shrubs. They are between 40 and 70 mm long, the female being larger than the male, and are shiny brown-black in colour with yellow-brown stripes and wingless. When threatened, they eject a foul smelling irritant from a neck gla...
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