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Welcome to the Phasmid Study Group (PSG)!
We are an international community passionate about keeping, rearing and studying phasmids ("stick insects" and "leaf insects", or "walking sticks" as known in the USA). Members range from hobbyists to some of the most knowledgeable professional entomologists in the world - including several published and well-known authors on the subject! We have members all over the world. Join us!
Our website contains the most comprehensive collection of information covering stick insects and leaf insects. As well as providing our own material, we also provide lots of content from third-party sources to give you access to the majority of the world's collective knowledge of these fascinating creatures.
|PSG Members-only Area||
This area is for PSG members only (with paid subscription for current year). If you are a PSG member, please...
|7th Apr 2013|
|Phasmid Studies Volume 18(1&2)||7th Mar 2013|
|Phyllium giganteum sexual reproduction||
I am breeding Phyllium giganteum and have several times experienced males in my population. I have some theories concerning giganteum males that I would like to prove. Therefore if you are breeding...
|2nd Mar 2013|
Our Knowledge Base pages arrange content by topic, making it easier to find what you are looking for.
|Phasmid Biology||Breeding & Rearing||Collecting & Preserving|
|Endangered & Extinct||Foodplants||Introduced Species|
|Naming Phasmids||Parasites of Phasmids||Predators of Phasmids|
|Aquatic Phasmids||Record Breakers||DNA Barcoding Project|