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Titan Stick Insect (Acrophylla titan)

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Order: Phasmatodea
Family: Phasmatidae
Genus: Acrophylla
Species: titan

Profile:

No positives
1 neutral
No negatives

Regional...

This bug has been reportedly found in the following regions:

Williston, Florida

By kennedyh
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Neutral tinytwist On Oct 27, 2009, tinytwist from Galt, CA
(Zone 8b) wrote:

These look very much like the stick insects that we have here in north central Fl. I only see them in autumn, when they come down out of the oak trees to find mates. Every year there are 8 or 9 pairs who prefer to stay under the eaves of the house, or in dark protected areas around the buildings. The females are at least 4-5 inches long, males are about half as big.


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