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Indian (Carausius morosus) – Food favorites include blackberries, lettuce, ivy, rose, oak, and shefflera, whether fresh or frozen. Avoid puddles if at all possible; occasional sprinkling is preferable. An optimal temperature would be at room temperature. All of the adults are female, and they can successfully breed even in the absence of males. Eggs laid on the enclosure floor can be expected to hatch after a few of months.
Pink-wing (Sipylodea sipylus) – In Madagascar, there are insects that can fly. Blackberries, oak leaves, rose petals, hawthorn berries, raspberries, and lettuce leaves can all be fed fresh or frozen and kept at room temperature. As far as we know, ivy is not a food source for them. The temperature at the room is excellent. Instead than leaving water to stagnate in a dish, mist it frequently. Rapidly reproducing, they stick their eggs to surfaces where they may develop without any assistance.
Vietnamese Giant (Ramulus artemis) – These are the slowest and most methodical climbers we breed, as well as the biggest species we create. Blackberry, oak, raspberry, privet, and hazel are some of the species’ favorite plant foods. Some people will eat ivy. Mist daily or once per day, and don’t use water dishes. Do not refrigerate them. They will have a high rate of reproduction.
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When you buy live stick insects, they will be around 1/4 inch in length, but with proper care and nutrition, they will develop rapidly.
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We retain the right to postpone your purchase in the extremely unlikely event of poor weather circumstances, as we sell live feeder stick insects online (as well as reptiles, amphibians, tarantulas, and scorpions). This is done solely for the protection of the insects, and if this happens, you will be alerted by email.