PHASMIDS Leaf & Stick Insects, Mantids and more

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Peruvian Black Beauty Stick Insect Peruphasma schultei 4 adults
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Peruvian Black Beauty Stick Insect Peruphasma schultei,

These are unsuitable to send internationally but can be sent to GB addresses.

You get adults of both sexes. Very attractive insects, easy to keep in a ventilated cage, feeding on Privet. They enjoy a spray most days with tepid water.

This species comes from just a small area in Peru and are not known from anywhere else. They are very special.

It is best not to let YOUNG children have the insects walking on their hands, because they have a defence mechanism that produces a pungent fluid when they are alarmed. Sometimes an irritant. You should wash hands after handling.

The insects are otherwise completely harmless. Their appearance in contrasting black and scarlet is an interesting example of colours that warn off predators.

Eggs are laid loose on the bottom of the cage.

 

 

£12.95
Peacock Mantis Pseudempusa pinnapavonis TWO young mantids
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African Peacock Mantis Pseudempusa pinnapavonis

First time offered! One of the most beautiful of all mantids!

Nymphs are supplied, over 1 cm long, so well established and able to catch food.

Mantids do not feed on greenery. They catch live insects for food and you must ensure that you can give them such things as fruit flies, small crickets and possibly maggots.

They must be kept each one in their own cage or cylinder. Before ordering, please familiarise yourself with the needs of mantids.

 

£15.50
Giant Hissing Cockroach Gromphadorhina oblongonata 5 Nymphs
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Giant Hissing Cockroach Gromphadorhina oblongonata

 

Cockroaches have an unfortunate reputation, but these are clean creatures and make good pets! Yes, they hiss when you pick them up. Don’t keep doing this, remember they are creatures and don’t ill treat them.

 

Supplied as young at 2.5cm long or more, they quickly grow to become very large, sometimes up to 12cm long! Keep in a tank with compost in the bottom. Give them some sticks and stones to hide in and live amongst. Feed on fruit, greenery, vegetable scraps, and they like fish pellets.

 

£15.00
Rearing and Studying Stick & Leaf Insects
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Rearing and Studying Stick and Leaf Insects Paul Brock

 

Specifically intended for beginners, although it is also suitable for experienced Phasmid enthusiasts, it is one of the few guides to rearing that features the majority of the culture stocks available, 22 species in detail.  The informative text is complemented by 8 colour plates, 14 black and white plates and 29 figures.

 

 

 

 

 

£8.95