Phasmid Study Group

Stick insect & Leaf insect enthusiasts!


Authorssort ascendingYearTitle
H. M. Russel1912A note on the Southern Walking-Stick (Anisomorpha buprestoides) and a tachinid parasite.
W. Potvin2000Species report on Phamacia biceps Redtenbacher, PSG 203
E. More1996Parthenogenesis explained
J. Marshall1980Some comments on scientific nomenclature
L. Lowe, Brock P. D.1995A new (hot) method of collecting stick insects in Australia
M. Lee2009A 2009 Update on the UK's Naturalised Stick-insects
R. R. Junker, Itioka, T., Bragg, P. E., Blüthgen, N.2008Feeding Preferences of Phasmids (Insecta: Phasmida) in a Bornean Dipterocarp Forest.
T. James, Lazenby, M., Grimwade, D.1980Sipyloidea sipylus: further information from members
P. A. Hoskisson2000Species Report PSG. 122, Anisomorpha monstrosa Hebard
J. M. Hogle2009A most bizarre encounter
A. Gardner1981A Further Method of Heating Cages
M. Bushell1994A Report on a Culture of Phasma gigas from New Ireland
P. D. Brock2009The Unarmed Stick-insect Acanthoxyla inermis in Hampshire
P. E. Bragg1989A Cage Constructed for Stick Insects
P. E. Bragg1994PSG 146, Centema hadrillus (Westwood)
P. E. Bragg1995The use of silica gel for drying insects in the tropics
P. E. Bragg1997A glossary of terms used to describe phasmids
P. E. Bragg2008Biographies of Phasmatologists – 7. James Wood-Mason
E. Baker2010Turning Over A New Leaf! [Rearing Leaf Insects]
E. Baker2010Anisomorpha - a real stinker!
1798Description of the Phasma dilatatum.
1842Bijdragen tot de Kennis Orthoptera.
1848Cabinet of Oriental Entomology
1859Catalogue of Orthopterous Insects in the Collection of the British Museum. Part 1 Phasmidae.
1885Family IV: Phasmidae
1885Essai sur la faune de l´ile de Woodlark ou Moiou
1889Beitrag zur Orthopteren-Fauna von Turkmenien
1904A Synonymic Catalogue of Orthoptera
1906Die Insektenfamilie der Phasmiden. I.
1907Die Insektenfamilie der Phasmiden. II. Phasmidae Anareolatae (Clitumnini, Lonchodini, Bacunculini)
1908Die Insektenfamilie der Phasmiden. III.
1912A new species of Phasmidae of the genus Prisopus, considered especially in reference to the supposed aquatic habits of the genus
1922Dermaptera and Orthoptera from the state of Sinaloa, Mexico. I. Dermoptera and non-saltatorial Orthoptera
1963A Contribution to the Biology of Necroscia sparaxes Westwood (Phasmidae: Phasmida)
1964Female Reproductive Organs of Necroscia sparaxes Westwood (Phasmidae: Phasmida)
1964A Theory of Phasmatid Outbreak Release
1965Walkingsticks: An Unusual Pest on Sour Cherry
1980Extatosoma tiaratum: further information from members
1980A Different View of Extatosoma tiaratum
1980A "Few" More Notes
1980Alternative Way To Denote Instars of Large Nymphs (Revised!)
1980European Phasmids --- A Brief Overview
1981Bacillus rossius -- More Information
1981Extatosoma tiaratum -- a watery note
1990Collecting and Preserving Phasmids
1993A new species of stick insect of the genus Lonchodes from Mount Kinabalu, Sabah
1993A very pretty phasmid: Parectatosoma hystrix
1993A survey of the distribution of the unarmed stick insect Acanthoxyla inermis in Port Gaverne and port Isaac, North Cornwall in 1992
1993Defensive and flying behaviour in Sipyloidea sp. (PSG 103)
1993A new Libethra from Ecuador


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