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🐛🌿 Florida insects - Florida two striped walking stick anisomorpha buprestoides Mating Image

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Florida Two-Striped Walking Stick

The Florida two-striped walking stick (Anisomorpha buprestoides) is a large, brown insect that is native to the southeastern United States. It is the most common stick insect in Florida and can be found in a variety of habitats, including forests, woodlands, and urban areas.

Adult two-striped walking sticks are about 2-3 inches long and have two distinct white stripes running down their backs. They are excellent at camouflage and can blend in well with their surroundings. Walking sticks are herbivores and feed on a variety of plants, including leaves, twigs, and flowers.

Female two-striped walking sticks lay their eggs in the fall. The eggs overwinter and hatch in the spring. The nymphs look like miniature adults and go through several molts before reaching maturity.

Dangers of the The Florida two-striped walking stick - a defensive fluid that can harm human eyes form a distance of 40cm

Stewart (1937), who wrote about an incident in Texas: "The victim was observing a pair of Anisomorpha buprestoides . . . with his face within two feet of the insects, when he received the discharge in his left eye. . . The pain in his left eye was immediately excruciating; being reported to be as severe as if it had been caused by molten lead.
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