walkingstick, Anisomorpha spp.  (Phasmatoptera: Pseudophasmatidae) - 1150127

Anisomorpha sp. Gray 1835

Descriptor: Adult(s)
Description: This walkingstick is found in parts of the southern US. The male is much smaller than the female and when they are mating, the female carries the male. In fact the male is so small and well camouflaged, he is hard to see. When disturbed, they will give off a foul-smelling odor in the form of a fine mist.
Image location: United States

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Name: Herbert A. 'Joe' Pase III
Organization: Texas A&M Forest Service
Country: United States

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Image Number: 1150127

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Image uploaded on Wednesday, August 07, 2002
Image Information last updated on Thursday, August 08, 2002