Phasmid Study Group

Stick insect & Leaf insect enthusiasts!


AuthorsYearTitlesort descending
1980A "Few" More Notes
1997A brief contribution to the history of the genus Bacillus in Sicily
2005A new genus and four new species of South African stick insects
H. M. Russel1912A note on the Southern Walking-Stick (Anisomorpha buprestoides) and a tachinid parasite.
1995A Review of the Subfamily Korinninae
1995A short description of some deformed eggs of Bacillus lynceorum
1993A very pretty phasmid: Parectatosoma hystrix
2009Alkyldimethylpyrazines in the Defensive Spray of Phyllium westwoodii: A First for Order Phasmatodea
1998An updated survey of the distribution of the stick insects of Britain
E. Baker2010Anisomorpha - a real stinker!
2002Aschiphasmatidae, Heteropteryginae and Lonchodinae in the Forestry Research Centre, Sepilok, Sabah
1998Bacillus grandii maretimi Scali & Mantovani, 1990 of the island of Marettimo (Egadi Archipelago, North-western Sicily): observations on its distribution and behaviour
1981Bacillus rossius -- More Information
1798Description of the Phasma dilatatum.
1980European Phasmids --- A Brief Overview
1981Extatosoma tiaratum -- a watery note
R. R. Junker, Itioka, T., Bragg, P. E., Blüthgen, N.2008Feeding Preferences of Phasmids (Insecta: Phasmida) in a Bornean Dipterocarp Forest.
2000First records and discovery of two new species of Anisomorpha Gray (Phasmida: Pseudophasmatidae) in Haiti and Dominican Republic
1995Food plants for Phyllium bioculatum Gray in Sri Lanka
2009Gynandromorph of Trachyaretaon brueckneri
T. James1981Heteropteryx dilatata -- Some information about this species
P. Hoskisson2000How Anisomorpha got its stripes?
D. Alderton2010Leaf insect success
P. D. Brock1999New records of alien stick-insects
T. James1980New Species
P. E. Bragg1993New synonyms and new records of phasmids (Insecta: Phasmida) in Borneo
P. E. Bragg1991Nolimetangere A Phasmid Which Can Be Touched!
C. Farr Moxey1971Notes on the Phasmatodea of the West Indies: Two New Genera
O. V. COnle, Hennemann F. H.2003Notes on the PSG species belonging to the tribe Anisomorphini sensu Bradley & Galil, 1977, with a list and key to the genera (Phasmatodea: Pseudophasmatidae: Pseudophasmatinae)
I. Abercrombie1992Observations on egg laying by Epidares nolimetangere (de Haan) and Dares ulula (Westwood)
P. E. Bragg1992Phasmida From Bako National Park
R. Bradburne2005Phasmids from Sabah
D. Robinson1980Phyllium bioculatum (Leaf Insect) Rearing
M. G. Guye1995Polyphagy in Clonopsis gallica (Charpentiet): a survey of woody plant species
E. Baker2010Prickly Subjects [Rearing Heteropterygidae]
P. Jennings1992PSG 118, Aretaon asperrimus (Redtenbacher)
F. Hennemann1992PSG 128, Phyllium celebicum de Haan
F. Hennemann1995PSG 72, Phyllium giganteum Hausleithner
T. James1980PSG/ : Bacillus rossius The European Stick
D. Robinson1981Some Notes and Comments
P. E. Bragg1993Some notes on Dinophasma guttigera (Westwood) from Borneo
P. A. Hoskisson2000Species Report PSG. 122, Anisomorpha monstrosa Hebard
P. E. Bragg1991Spermatophores in Phasmida
E. Baker2009Sticks Aplenty
P. D. Brock1992Studies of the genus Phalces Stal
J. Sellick1997The "umbrella spines" and other surface projections of some phasmid eggs and some comments on phasmid taxonomy
P. E. Bragg1995The distribution of Aretaon in Borneo
J. T. C. Sellick1998The eggs of some Chilean phasmids (Phasmida: Pseudophasmatidae)
W. Potvin1996The influence of a cold period in the development of the embryo of Clonopsis gallica (Charpentier)
P. E. Bragg1995The phasmid genus Hoploclonia Stal from Borneo, including the description of two new species


Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith