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Extatosoma tiaratum is found from NSW’s central coast to FNQ, in the wild they can be found on a range of native plants but in captivity Eucalyptus is the best food source.
- Hatchlings are dark brown with a red head and move around rapidly.
- After a moult they are a more uniform brown colour but with a slightly noticeable colour difference towards the head.
- After that they become light brown with prominent bumps and spines all over the body.
Adult females resemble juveniles but more spiny and robust.
Males are slender and possess full wings rendering them capable of short, slow flight.
Sold as unsexed juveniles
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