Extatosoma tiaratum

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DomainEukaryota • RegnumAnimalia • PhylumArthropoda • SubphylumHexapoda • ClassisInsecta • SubclassisPterygota • InfraclassisNeoptera • SuperordoPolyneoptera • OrdoPhasmatodea • FamiliaPhasmatidae • GenusExtatosoma • Species: Extatosoma tiaratum (Macleay, 1826)
English: Extatosoma tiaratum is an Australian insect. In their natural habitat they feed on eucalyptus. In captivity, they are often fed guava leaves, which are easy to cultivate, or bramble, which also grows during winter in Europe.



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