All of our phasmids have been sourced from experienced breeders in the U.K and Europe and have originated from the locations stated, I do not mix stock from different locations. All of our breeding groups consist of both males and females - unless stated below.
Anarchodes annulipes 'Tapah Hills' - PSG 290 Tapah Hills, Malaysia Adult Size: females 9cm / males 6cm Food Plants: Privet, Lilac, Osmanthus burkwoodii. Has wings - can fly. Females prefer to lay eggs in cracks, gaps & holes (polystyrene, floristry oasis or a sponge works well)
Andropromachus scutatus 'Tam Dao" - PSG 328 Vietnam Adult Size: females: 6 - 7cm / males 5cm Food Plants: Ferns & Ivy. We keep a cardboard egg box with the front taken off in the bottom of the cage for them to use as a cave which they seem to enjoy.
Autolyca herculeana 'Tegucigapla' - PSG Honduras Adult Size: females 6cm / males 5cm Food Plants: Privet, Salal We keep a cardboard egg box with the front taken off in the bottom of the cage for them to use as a cave which they seem to enjoy.
Bacillus rossius - PSG 3 Europe Adult Size: females: 7cm / males 5cm Food Plants: Bramble, Rose A pretty phasmid with green & pink colouring, being a european species they do prefer cooler temperatures - we keep ours at around 18 - 22*C
Clonaria conformans - PSG 225 Thailand Adult Size: females 9cm / males 6cm Food Plants: Brambles. A graceful looking & peaceful species that sticks it's grass seed shaped eggs to the sides of the cage. Going through a range of creams & greens as they mature makes them a good species if you prefer something colourful.
Extatosoma Tiaratum 'Innisfail' - PSG 9a Australia Adult Size: females 12cm / males 9cm Food Plants: Brambles, Eucalyptus An extremely large and hungry species, the winged males are usually shades of brown but the females can vary from pale green to rich red-brown (or even the lichen morph colour form) depending on cage backgrounds & leaf colours. They will try to blend in with their environment from hatching as they shed & mature.
Lamachodes sp. 'Bokor' Cambodia Adult Size: females 9cm males 6cm Food Plants: Privet Absolutely gorgeous species in brown, green & yellow, the males have wings & can fly.
Myronoides glaucus 'Peleng' - PSG 343 Sulawesi Adult Size: females 10cm / males 8cm Food Plants: Brambles A very slow moving, almost lazy species that are a mixture of beautiful greens & blues.
Nui Chua rabaeyae - PSG 395 Vietnam Adult Size: females 10cm / males 6cm Food Plants: Brambles & Hypericum Males from this species will stay mated to a chosen female for the rest of their lives. Depending on environment & sunlight, this species can be quite vibrant with the beautiful green & purple colouring.
Orthomeria kangi "Benguet" Luzon, Philippines Adult Size 5cm Food Plants: Stinging Nettles & Ficus Sp. A striking insect with it's green & black colouring as a nymph, then black & red as an adult. Will spray when threatened, but if you are careful changing food plants they should be fine as they prefer to drop to the ground & make a run for cover.
Peruphasma schultei - PSG 270 Peru Adult Size: females 55mm / males 45mm Food Plants: Privet A small but very pretty species, we keep a cardboard egg box with the front taken off in the bottom of the cage for them to use as a cave which they seem to enjoy.
Pseudophasma subapterum - PSG 299 Venezuela Adult Size: females 6cm / males 4.5cm Food Plants: Privet & Plantains A small but very pretty species, we keep a cardboard egg box with the front taken off in the bottom of the cage for them to use as a cave which they seem to enjoy.
Sungaya inexpectata 'Ilanin Forest' - PSG 195a Philippines Adult Size: females 8cm / males 5cm Food Plants: Bramble, Raspberry If kept in a green environment, they can retain a moss green colouring. We keep a cardboard egg box with the front taken off in the bottom of the cage for them to use as a cave which they seem to enjoy. Females only, reproduction by parthenogenesis.
All of our phasmids are kept in separate cages with either a puppy training liner or ‘blue roll’ in the bottom & have a small plant saucer containing water gel crystals, most of our species will find & use the water dish.
The floor is sprayed with water every evening to help with humidity.