The Incredible Phasmid Egg | JSTOR Daily

Phasmids, commonly called stick insects, are carnivorous insects that uncannily resemble twigs or dead leaves. They range in size from tiny half-inch splinters to mighty half-meter walking tree branches, using their amazing camouflage to hide from predators and stalk their insect prey. But phasmids have one more trick up their sleeve.

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