Phasmid Study Group

Stick insect & Leaf insect enthusiasts!


Authorssort ascendingYearTitle
O. Zompro2005Haplopus Burmeister, 1838, replacement name for Aplopus Gray, 1835 (Phasmatodea)
P. Watts1981Smells and Things
K. Wadham2009Meeting Report: BugFest
H. C. M. van Herwaarden1999Unravelling the species: Graeffea erythroptera (Olivier) versus Marmessoidea rosea (Fabricius)
M. Unal, Beccaloni G. W.2008Lectotype designation for the type speciwes of Colossopus, C. grandidieri Saussure, 1899 (Orthoptera: Tetigoniidae: Conocephalinae)
M. Smith2009PSG Summer Meeting, Saturday, 11th July 2009
M. Smith2009PSG AGM and Winter Meeting, Saturday 23rd Janaury 2010
J. Sellick1992The Phasmid Egg
J. Sellick1993Looking at Baculum eggs
J. Sellick1993The leaf-piercing eggs of Asceles
J. Sellick1997The "umbrella spines" and other surface projections of some phasmid eggs and some comments on phasmid taxonomy
J. T. C. Sellick1998The eggs of some Chilean phasmids (Phasmida: Pseudophasmatidae)
D. Robinson1980Phyllium bioculatum (Leaf Insect) Rearing
D. Robinson1981Some Notes and Comments
W. Potvin1996The influence of a cold period in the development of the embryo of Clonopsis gallica (Charpentier)
W. Potvin2000Species report on Phamacia biceps Redtenbacher, PSG 203
E. More1996Parthenogenesis explained
P. Matyot1992Phasmids on Praslin and La Digue Islands in the Seychelles
J. Marshall1980Some comments on scientific nomenclature
J. Marshall2009The NHM Phasmida Collection
J. Marshall2009Further notes on the Summer Meeting
J. Marshall2009The Darwin Centre is now open
L. Lowe, Brock P. D.1995A new (hot) method of collecting stick insects in Australia
R. Lind1994The evolution and subsequent classification of the Phasmatodea
R. Lind2009Phasmid eggs - upclose and personal
M. Lee2009A 2009 Update on the UK's Naturalised Stick-insects
M. Lazenby1980Mobility of E. tiaratum 1st Instars
M. Lazenby1980Lazenby's Law
P. Jennings1992PSG 118, Aretaon asperrimus (Redtenbacher)
T. James, Lazenby, M., Grimwade, D.1980Sipyloidea sipylus: further information from members
T. James1980Study of Insects
T. James1980New Species
T. James1980PSG/EASI1 : Sipyloidea sipylus (Westwood-1859) The Pink Winged Stick Insect
T. James1980PSG/ : Extatosoma tiaratum Macleay's Spectre
T. James1980Untitled
T. James1980More About The Tirachoidea cantori "odd" male
T. James1980Thermostats and Phasmid Cages
T. James1980PSG/ : Bacillus rossius The European Stick
T. James1981Heteropteryx dilatata -- Some information about this species
T. James1981The T. cantori "odd" species -- more info
T. James1981PSG / : Orxines macklottii
P. A. Hoskisson2000Species Report PSG. 122, Anisomorpha monstrosa Hebard
P. Hoskisson2000How Anisomorpha got its stripes?
J. M. Hogle2009A most bizarre encounter
F. Hennemann1992PSG 128, Phyllium celebicum de Haan
F. Hennemann1992PSG 28, Eurycnema herculeaana (Charpentier)
F. Hennemann1993Pharnacia serratipes (Gray)
F. Hennemann1994PSG 149, Achrioptera sp.
F. Hennemann1995PSG 72, Phyllium giganteum Hausleithner
F. Hennemann1995PSG 89, an unidentified species of Necrosciinae


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