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PSG 116 Pseudophasma bispinosum

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PSG Number 116
Species Name Pseudophasma bispinosum
Author (Describer) Redtenbacher
Year Described 1906
Subfamily Pseudophasmatinae
Locality Ecuador
Culture Status In culture
Reproduction Sexual
Wings Can fly or glide
Female Size (mm) 70
Male Size (mm) 55
Foodplants Privet
Vernacular Names
Previous Names Pseudophasma sp.
Difficulty Rating*

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