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Didymuria violescens

Spur-legged stick insect

Family Phasmatidae. This species is prone to occasional population outbreaks in high-altitude tall eucalyptus forests, causing widespread defoliation of the trees.

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Didymuria violescens (Spur-legged stick insect) at Kosciuszko National Park - 6 Mar 2021 by Tapirlord Didymuria violescens (Spur-legged stick insect) at Namadgi National Park - 9 Mar 2019 by SWishart Didymuria violescens (Spur-legged stick insect) at Namadgi National Park - 15 Feb 2019 by Kristy Didymuria violescens (Spur-legged stick insect) at Wamboin, NSW - 31 Dec 2017 by natureguy Didymuria violescens (Spur-legged stick insect) at Namadgi National Park - 6 Apr 2015 by KMcCue Didymuria violescens (Spur-legged stick insect) at Namadgi National Park - 6 Mar 2015 by KMcCue
Didymuria violescens (Spur-legged stick insect) at Kosciuszko National Park - 6 Mar 2021 by Tapirlord
Didymuria violescens (Spur-legged stick insect) at Namadgi National Park - 9 Mar 2019 by SWishart
Didymuria violescens (Spur-legged stick insect) at Namadgi National Park - 15 Feb 2019 by Kristy
Didymuria violescens (Spur-legged stick insect) at Wamboin, NSW - 31 Dec 2017 by natureguy
Didymuria violescens (Spur-legged stick insect) at Namadgi National Park - 6 Apr 2015 by KMcCue
Didymuria violescens (Spur-legged stick insect) at Namadgi National Park - 6 Mar 2015 by KMcCue

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Species information

  • Didymuria violescens Scientific name
  • Spur-legged stick insect Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive
  • 1354m to 1558.6m Recorded at altitude
  • External link More information

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