Hi, I was given my Indian stick insect back in February. She was roughly 2 inches long then so I think she must be around 6-7months old now (she's the first stick insect I've ever had so I'm not really sure)?
She has been acting very strangely for the past couple of weeks. She has been eating...
I'm sorry if this has been talked about, I have had trouble finding much on the subject. I keep D. Gigantea(green bean stick). So far I have 5, I got as 1month old nymphs and are now 6 month old adults. Looking like I'll have eggs soon. Have them in a large mesh cage with paper towels as...
For Sale - Phyllium giganteum leaf insect nymphs £22
5x L3 nymphs feeding on bramble & oak.
This is the largest species of leaf insect. In culture this species is only represented by females, males are very rare. Eggs develop into all female nymphs.
This is not a beginners species, please...
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I have nymphs of this gorgeous privet feeding species ready now at £10 for 10 nymphs (mostly 1st/2nd instar, but I always send the biggest ones available) plus £3.30 postage.
They are a fantastic species to keep, so colourful as adults and amazing to watch when they fly (which they do readily...
2nd/3rd instar Macleays spectre stick insect nymphs
Ideal beginners species
Feeding on bramble and oak
These nymphs are from mated pairs
Price £2.50 each or 5 for £10
Postage £4.00 to UK
Please ask about European postage
Any questions please ask
For sale 8.8 Pseudophasma subapterum (we're initially known as Neophasma subapterum). An attractive privet eating phasmid that breed easily at room temperature. Currently separated but females are prolific layers.
Ideally to go as group but will split if necessary.
RMSD - £6. Can also deliver...
Hi, I have recently purchased 10 SICIFOLLIUM leaf insect eggs.i have placed them in a tub with paper towel at the bottom with many hols in the lid.i keep them at around 20-25 Celsius and mist them once every 1-2 days.BUT I don't know what they should look like at the moment they are like...
Hi all! My grandmas birthsay is coming up and she really liked caring for my "nice velvety bug" over summer, so I'm going to ger her some of her own! Any ideas where to get a few nymphs from for a good price? Thanks :)
I have some ova from a Philippines stick insect available. The species is Trachyaretaon echinatus, medium to large sized. Eggs were laid over the last 3 months and due to hatch around Christmas -feed on bramble and care as most other phasmid species - here's a link to the eBay advert...
I have about 15 to 20 mixed sex trachyaretaon brueckneri nymphs at L2 to L4 for sale at £2 each with £3 for postage. I am happy to do bulk deals. I am also happy for you to collect in person if you are near Horsham. I would also consider swaps and am especially interested in stick insects and...
Hi all. I have just joined the forum today and so far think this place is great.
I haven't kept any exotic pets for a few years now and have decided to get back into something i enjoy very much.
As i have been out of the game for a while i have started small by getting some phasmid ovi (given...
Can Achrioptera fallax be kept with Phobaeticus magnus?
I recently failed with two subadult A fallax, kept near natural snlight with shady section in a large mesh-sided viv. They withered and died, and I noticed the elaves weren't being eaten. When they arrived they had what I assume is a...
I have for sale:
2 Adult Pink Wings (Sipyloidea Sipylus)
1 Pink wing Nymph
1 Adult Zomproi (Parapachymorpha Zomproi)
1 Zomproi Nymph
I am selling for a cheaper price on RFUK than anywhere else as I know they will be cared (£4) but they are collection only and I am in the Eastleigh area...
Hi all, I just caught my black beauty stick insects doing the dance with no pants today, so eggs should be along shortly. Is thier anything special I need to to to care for the eggs, like a cirtain amont of misting, or should I just put them ina a another container and leave them be?