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Subject: Strange Stick Insect
Location: Beagle Bay, WA, Austalia
September 3, 2014 3:19 am
Hi What’s That Bug Team,
I found this stick insect around the Kimberley Region of Western Australia, in Beagle Bay Primary School. I was hoping you could identify the species for me as some of its features and adaptations are quite foreign to me. If you’re able to identify it for me I’d be very grateful if you could get back to me.
Kind Regards
Signature: Kaleb

Stick Insect

Stick Insect

We believe you may have a new species here Kaleb.  Perhaps one of our readers can provide an identification.  It appears to be mimicking Eucalyptus or gum trees.

What's That Bug? does not endorse extermination
Location: Beagle Bay, Western Australia

3 Responses to Stick Insect

  1. Cesar Crash says:

    Wow, amazing creature!
    Well, wierd creatures are not rare in Australia, huh!?

  2. Ando Vaan (aka Mardikavana) says:

    They should be actually Geometridae larvae.

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