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PSG 13 Acrophylla wuelfingi

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PSG Number 13
Species Name Acrophylla wuelfingi
Author (Describer) Redtenbacher
Year Described 1908
Subfamily Phasmatinae
Locality Australia
Culture Status In culture
Reproduction Sexual
Wings Can fly or glide
Female Size (mm) 200
Male Size (mm) 120
Foodplants Bramble, Oak, Eucalyptus, Raspberry, Rose
Vernacular Names Titan, Queensland Titan
Previous Names
Difficulty Rating* Quite difficult
Warnings*
Disclaimer:

* Please note the warnings and difficulty rating are intended as an indicator only. The warnings are not an exhaustive list and other potentially dangerous behaviour may be exhibited by phasmids that is not listed here. Phasmids are wild creatures and should be treated with respect and handled with caution. Adults should always supervise children when handling phasmids.