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They are fairly easy to recognize due to their long, slender body, legs and close resemblance to a tree twig.

, compared with the 400 mantid species and 600 walking stick species that have been identified in Central and South America. Devil’s walking stick is a member of the ginseng family (Araliaceae).

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Stick insect species, often called walking sticks, range in size from the tiny, half-inch-long Timema cristinae of North America, to the formidable 13-inch-long Phobaeticus kirbyi of Borneo. . .

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Walking sticks are slow moving, wingless, and stick-like, with long, slender legs and long thread-like antennae. Stick insect species, often called walking sticks, range in size from the tiny, half-inch-long Timema cristinae of North America, to the formidable 13-inch-long Phobaeticus kirbyi of Borneo. The legs are all roughly the same length.

. They are not the largest walking stick species, but definitively one of the most impressive ones, when it comes to appearance.

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The walking stick family in North America is made up of about 30 species. As a whole, the lifespan of a walking stick is highly.

Walking sticks can lose legs when attacked by predators, and, unlike most insects, they can regenerate them, at least in part. Most are without wings (except a Florida species) and are colored brown, tan, gray or green.

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Few mantids or walking sticks, for example, occur outside tropical or subtropical areas.
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. All Missouri walkingsticks are wingless. .

Walking sticks in the U. Eurycantha horrida expels a very foul-smelling fluid. Few mantids or walking sticks, for example, occur outside tropical or subtropical areas. But most walking stick species have no wings or have small wings that cannot be used for flying. . .

There are over 2,500 species of stick and leaf insects; however, Indian stick insects are the most commonly kept as pets.

If you can find them, cherrybark oak and pignut hickory are among the strongest North American hardwoods. The legs are all roughly the same length.

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But most walking stick species have no wings or have small wings that cannot be used for flying.

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In some species, only males have wings and can fly.

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