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Pick an enjoyable pet insect to suit your lifestyle. From
classic thin, to wide and chunky, these social insects are supplied in small
groups. Nymphs (youngsters), or adults, your perfect choice awaits.
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Latin species name:
The best type to choose if you are new to
keeping stick insects. Indian stick insects are easy to handle, easy to breed,
and suitable for all ages. They grow to 11cm. Parthenogenetic (all females).
Indian stick insects eat bramble (blackberry)
leaves, also privet leaves. They do best in the tall airy ELC cage.
four Indian stick insect young adults £15.
Pack of six Indian stick
insect young adults £20. * special
Pack of four Indian stick insect nymphs
Winged stick insects
When fully grown,
these stick insects can fly short distances, for example across a small room!
Most of the time, the wings are folded up, but when the stick insect is taken
out of the cage, she can spread her wings and take off. Flight is slow and it
is easy to pick the stick insect up again once she has landed on a
stick insects are easy to handle, easy to breed, and suitable for all ages.
They grow to 15cm. Parthenogenetic (all females).
Pink Winged stick insects eat bramble (blackberry) leaves, also
Eucalyptus gunnii leaves. Keep Pink Winged stick insects in the tall
airy ELC cage and, ideally, use the Mesh Lid.
Pink Winged stick insects glue their eggs onto rough surfaces.
Hatch Mats provide a great surface for the eggs to be glued onto, and help
reduce the number of eggs glued around the cage.
Pack of four Pink Winged stick insect nymphs
Hatch Mats (pack of six) £3.
Express delivery £9.95.
Latin species name:
Guinea stick insects
stick insects, males and females occuring in equal numbers. Respond well to
handling and benefit from a lot of exercise outside the cage.
young children to stroke. The nymphs are usually green and the adults brown.
New Guinea stick insects live longer (1½ to 2 years) than most
other species of stick insect.
stick insects eat bramble (blackberry) leaves, rose leaves and hazel leaves.
They do best in the tall airy ELC cage.
Pack of four New Guinea stick insect nymphs
(two males and two females) £29.
Also require a Water Dish (83p) and a Sand
Pit (£2.99) to bury their eggs. Collect the eggs from the sand using the
Metal Sieve (£3.99). Store the eggs in a HUA Pot (£7.30).
||Indian stick insect eggs
Hatch out your own Indian stick insect eggs!
Just leave them in
the small pot provided and wait for them to hatch (this usually happens night).
Then place a wet bramble leaf next to the pot of eggs so the hatchling stick
insects can eat and drink.
disposable HUA Pot Liner every few days.
Replenish the wet bramble leaf
every couple of days.
After a month or so the Indian stick insects will
be much larger and should be transferred to a larger, more airy, cage. The ELC
cage is ideal.
Indian HUA Pot Hatching Set
one HUA Pot, twenty HUA Pot Liners, one
small pot containing eight Indian stick insect eggs (due to hatch soon), colour
stick insect information sheet.....£10.50
Express delivery £5.95.
Mister Curvy (to mist bramble leaves with water)...£2.99.
artist's paintbrush (to move hatchlings)...£1.20.
Insects book (has a whole section on Indian stick
The book can
be autographed at no extra charge and a short message included if you wish.
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