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Extatosoma tiaratum, glass insect by Wesley Fleming
Extatosoma tiaratum, glass bug by Wesley Fleming
Extatosoma tiaratum, glass insect by Wesley Fleming
Extatosoma tiaratum, glass bug by Wesley Fleming
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Extatosoma tiaratum (aka Australian Walking Stick or Macleay's Spectre) - 2008, Effetre glass, 5" x 4" x 1.5"

"Females can grow to be 8 inches long. Short spines cover the females' bodies and are often slammed into predators daring enough to pick one up. Instinctively, they mimic scorpions - walking with their tales curved up and over as they walk.

The claws consist of 2 hooks and a suction cup between them allowing them to climb on almost any surface. In their natural habitat they feed on eucalyptus."

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