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A Pocket Guide: Phasmids of Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore

Field / Identification Guide
By: Francis Seow-Choen
A Pocket Guide: Phasmids of Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore
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Although phasmids are found in almost all tropical forests, not much was known about them until recently. Over the last 25 years, the Phasmid Study Group (popularly known as PSG) has become an important group, with its members actively studying and identifying specimens of such insects. The author has been researching and photographing these insects for many years. Here in this book, the best photographs have been selected to enable readers to identify insects from West Malaysia and Singapore with relative ease. Breeding is also simplified by the listing of known food plants. This excellent book is essential for all who are interested in the natural history of Southeast Asia.

Contents

Introduction 1
Heteronemiidae 10
- Subfamily Lonchodinae 10
- Subfamily Necrosciinae 25
- Subfamily Pachymorphinae 78
Phasmatinae 79
- Subfamily Phasmatinae 79
Aschiphasmatinae 90
- Subfamily Aschiphasmatinae 90
Bacillidae 99
- Subfamily Heteropteryginae 99
Phyliidae 108

Acknowledgements 114
References 115

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Francis Seow-Choen
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