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well here i am, and now i can officially post here! :wink:
only two...
Phyllium sp
Extatosoma tiaratum

but its a start... :D


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Soon it will be from 2 to 10 and then you just keep getting more ! :P :wink:


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of course, thats the hobby for you...
last year i had one mantis:roll: now i have quite a few more things...


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Haaniella muelleri

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Well, technically I dont have a culture list since all these insects are still nymphs...but here's what I got:

Aretaon asperimus
Trachyaretaon brueckneri
Extatosoma tiaratum
Lamponius guerini
Pharnacia biceps


Bottom three arrived this morning :P


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Peruphasma's eggs arrived in th morning!!!

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Ascele's eggs arrived in the morning...

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In my wife's opinion, I've TOO MANY sticks £ roaches... :roll:

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Actually 27 species of roaches and 22-23 of sticks... :roll:

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Updated Culture List - October 2006


PSG1 Carausius morosus
PSG4 Sipyloidea sipylus
PSG5 Medauroidea extradentata
PSG9 Extatosoma tiaratum
PSG14 Eurycneama goliath
PSG18 Heteropteryx dilatata
PSG22 Ramulus thaii
PSG23 Eurycantha calcarata
PSG31 Creoxylus spinosus - PSG Stock
PSG38 Dares validispinus
PSG73 Phenacephorus cornucervi - PSG Stock
PSG76 Phyllium siccifolium
PSG84 Oreophoetes peruana
PSG99 Epidares nolimetangere
PSG101 Lamponius guerini
PSG104 Phaenopharos herwaardeni
PSG111 Eurycantha coriacea
PSG112 Haaniella muelleri
PSG118 Aretaon asperrimus
PSG126 Haaniella dehaanii
PSG128 Phyllium celebicum
PSG144 Ramulus sp.
PSG145 Paramenexenus laetus
PSG169 Lonchodes mindanaense
PSG173 Neohirasea maerens
PSG195 Sungaya inexpectata
PSG211 Cuniculina sp. 12 Bangladesh
PSG215 Phaenopharos khaoyaiensis
PSG221 Sceptrophasma langkawicensis - PSG Stock
PSG224 Parapachymorpha zomproi
PSG230 Carausius sp.
PSG235 Brasidas samarensis
PSG240 Lamponius portoricensis
PSG242 Neohirasea hongkongensis
PSG248 Pylaemenes guangxiensis - PSG Stock
PSG255 Trachyaretaon bruekneri
PSG258 Parectatosoma mocquerysi
PSG264 Pseudophasma velutinum
PSG265 Abrosoma johorensis
PSG267 Asceles sp. Ban Salok
PSG270 Peruphasma schultei
PSG271 Lopaphus sp.- PSG Stock
PSG273 Ramulus irregulariterdentatus - PSG Stock


Phyllium sp. (Philippines)
Phyllium hausleithneri


Ova

PSG15 Ctenomorphodes briareus
PSG272 Spiniphasma crassithorax



* Those Highlighted in Red are Stock of PSG Origin .


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I need to update mine.

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I'm constantly updating mine lately . I'm gonna have to stop getting new species .

Don't even know how many I've got at the moment ! :P


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had 2 update it again

Aretaon asperrimus
Carausius morosus
Ramulus thai
Phyllium sp
Heteropteryx dilatata
Trachyaretaon bruekneri
Phaenopharos khaoyaiensis
Sipyloidea sipylus
Eurycantha calcarata

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Ok, updated list at last:

Carausius morosus
Pseudodiacantha macklottii
Eurycneama goliath
Heteropteryx dilatata
Creoxylus spinosus
Dares validispinus
Carausius sanguineoligatus
Dares verrucosus
Pseudophasma rufipes
Lonchodes amaurops
Anisomorpha paromalus
Haaniella grayii
Haaniella dehaanii
Phyllium celebicum
Paramenexenus laetus
Spiyloidea sp.
Hoploclonia abercrombiei
Dinophasma saginatum
Rhynchacris ornata
Lopaphus caesius
Pseudophasma acanthonotum
Phasma gigas
Orestes mouhotii
Pharnacia sp.
Myronidess magnificus
Malacomorpha jamaicana
Phaenopharos khaoyaiensis
Lopaphus trilineatus
Carausius sp.
Abrosoma festinatum
Lonchodes rusticus
Pylaemenes guangxiensis
Ramulus magnus
Trachyaretaon bruekneri
Orxines semperi
Parectatosoma mocquerysi
Canachus alligator
Pseudophasma velutinum
Abrosoma johorensis
Pseudophasma castaneum
Peruphasma schultei
Spiniphasma crassithorax
Aniscantha diffornmans
Lopaphus sp.
Lopaphus sp.
Cuniculina sp.
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can u possibly get any more?!

heres my list

PSG1 Carausius morosus
PSG4 Sipyloidea sipylus
PSG9 Extatosoma tiaratum
PSG18 Heteropteryx dilatata
PSG22 Ramulus thaii
PSG23 Eurycantha calcarata
PSG77 Phyllium sp.
PSG118 Aretaon asperrimus
PSG195 Sungaya inexpectata
PSG215 Phaenopharos khaoyaiensis
PSG255 Trachyaretaon brookneri
PSG173 Neohirasea maerens
PSG224 Parapachymorpha zomproi

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Location: Norwich, Norfolk
In culture:

PSG4 - Sipyloidea sipylus
PSG5 - Medauroidea extradentata
PSG9 - Extatosoma tiaratum
PSG118 - Aretaon asperrimus
PSG173 - Neohirasea maerens

Hopefully soon to be in culture:

PSG215 - Phaenopharos khaoyaiensis

Hopefully soon to hatch:

PSG??? - Phasmotaenia spinosa


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Mine are,

Aretaon asperimus
Sipyloidia sipylus
Extatosoma tiaratum
Eurycantha calcarata
Trachyaretaon breukneri
Sungaya inexpectata
Carausius morosus
Phyllium siccifolium


Ova,
Phaenopharous khayoiensis
Carausius morosus
Eurycantha calcarata
Extatosoma tiaratum
Sipyloidia sipylus
Phyllium siccifolium

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i only got 2 species
baculum thaii
phyllium siccifolium

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PSG1 Carausius morosus~3rd generation nymphs*
PSG4 Sipyloidea sipylus~1st generation egg laying adults and 2nd ova and nymphs*
PSG9 Extatosoma tiaratum~Adult breeding stock*
PSG18 Heteropteryx dilatata~Adult pair WOOO! breeding stock and 1st generation ova*
PSG22 Ramulus thaii~3rd generation ova and nymphs*
PSG23 Eurycantha calcarata~adult pair breeding stock, and young adult and sub adult breeding stock, 1st generation ova nd my first nymph!!*
PSG77 Phyllium sp.~1st generation ova and hatchlings*
PSG84 Oreophoetes peruana~1st generation ova and nymph*
PSG 112 Haaniella muelleri~Adult pair breeding stock*
PSG118 Aretaon asperrimus~old pair of females breeding stock again*
PSG 192 Orestes mouhotii~3 nymphs breeding stock*
PSG195 Sungaya inexpectata~1st generation ova*
PSG215 Phaenopharos khaoyaiensis~1st generation nymphs and adults and 2nd generation ova*
PSG255 Trachyaretaon brookneri~1st generation ova and nymphs*
PSG173 Neohirasea maerens~1st generation nymphs*
PSG224 Parapachymorpha zomproi~egg laying female and 1st generation ova and growing nymphs*
PSG267 Asceles sp.~Old adults and infertile ova*
PSG272 Spiniphasma crassithorax~1st generation ova*

BOW DOWN BEFORE MY GROWING PHASMIDS HORDE!! MUAHAHAHA!! lol

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My culture list as of 1st August 2007. Numbers in brackets are the PSG numbers where applicable

Abrosoma festinatum (231)
Abrosoma johorensis (265)
Agamemnon cornutus (265)
Alienobostra brocki (52)
Asceles margaritatus (151)
Carausius sp.
Carausius cristatus (120)
Carausius sanguineoligatus (66)
Carausius spinosus (241)
Creoxylus spinosus (31)
Dares validispinus (38)
Diapherodes venustula
Dimorphodes catenulatus (236)
Dinophasma sp.
Dinophasma kinabaluensis (238)
Dinophasma saginatum (166)
Epidares nolimetangere (99)
Eucarcharus feruloides
Haaniella dehaani (126)
Haaniella echinata (26)
Haaniella grayii (125)
Haaniella muelleri (112)
Haaniella sausseri (177)
Haaniella scabra (70)
Heteropteryx dilatata (18)
Leiophasma lucubense (268)
Lonchodes sp. (Philippines)
Lonchodes amaurops (100)
Lonchodes brevipes (19)
Lonchodes geniculatus (176)
Lonchodes cultratolobatus (181)
Lonchodes imitator (29)
Lonchodes malleti (200)
Lonchodes mindanaense (169)
Lonchodes modestus (138)
Lonchodes rusticus (246)
Metriophasma diocles (249)
Oreophoetes peruana (84)
Orestes mohoutii (192)
Orxines semperi (256)
Oxyartes honestus (182)
Parectatosoma mocquerysi (258)
Peruphasma schultei (270)
Phaenopharos struthonerius (205)
Phenacephorus cornucervi (73)
Phyllium sp. (278)
Pseudophasma menius (259)
Pylaemenes borneensis sepilokensis (245)
Pylaemenes guangxiensis (248)
Pylaemenes mitratus (212)
Rhynacris ornata (171)
Sipyloidea meneptolemus (276)
Spinohirasea bengalensis (272)
Stheneboa repudiosa (262)
Unidentified sp.? (Belize)
Unidentified Necrosciinae (279)

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Flippin hell :P , thats a lot of sticks :D

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Thankyou! Lots of work though - started this morning at 11am, and finished sorting them out at 10pm! Mind you i did stop for a few pints in the middle :D

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Mind you i did stop for a few pints in the middle :D


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Hello, I give you my culture list in phasmids:

-PSG 9: Extatosoma tiaratum
-PSG 18: Heteropteryx dilatata
-PSG 19: Lonchodes brevipes
-PSG 14: Eurycnema goliath
-PSG 23: Eurycantha calcarata
-PSG 25: Phobaeticus serratipes
-PSG 44: Eurycantha sp
-PSG 58: Pharnacia sumatrana
-PSG 72: Phyllium giganteum
-PSG 84: Oreophoetes peruana
-PSG 99: Epidares nolimetangere
-PSG 101: Lamponius guerini
-PSG 125: Haaniella grayii
-PSG 126: Haaniella dehaanii
-PSG 128: Phyllium celebicum
-PSG 145: Paramenexenus laetus
-PSG 258: Parectatosoma mocquerysi
-PSG 267: Asceles sp
-PSG 278: Phyllium sp
-PSG 281: Pterinoxylus crassus
- Pharnacia ponderosa
- Peruphasma schultei
- Trachyaretaon sp
- Spiniphasma crassithorax


In eggs:

- PSG 15: Ctenomorphodes briareus
- PSG 43: Graffea sp
- PSG 261: Canachus alligator
- Eurycnema osiris
- Phasmatodea spinoa

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my culture list, and still growing!

Extatosoma tiaratrum.
Pharnacia biceps
Nearchus maximus (now phobaeticus maximus)
Heteropteryx dilatata
parectatosoma mocquerysi
spiniphasma crassithorax
acrophylla wuelfingi
sipyloidea sipylus
peruphasma schultei
diapherodes gigantea
oreophotes peruana
phyllium siccifolium? (possibly a sub or different species)
Phyllium giganteaum
Phyllium phillipnes
Phyllium celebicum
Eurycantha calcarata
Eurycnema goliath
Anismorpha monstrosa
Pharnacia jianfenglingensis (PSG 208)
Ctenomorphodes Briareus
Anisomorpha ferruginea
Phobaeticus alba
Brasidas samarensis
Carausius sp (PSG 203)
Epidares nolimetangere (PSG 99)
Lonchodes cultratolobatus
carausius morosus
Phasmotaenia australe
neohirasea maerens
phaenopharos khaoyaiensis
ramulus thaii
lamponius guerini
Ramulus artemis
Parapachymorpha zomproi


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PSG1 Carausius Morosus
PSG9 Extatosoma Tiaratum *ova*

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Hi, here is my very short culture list:

PSG1 Carausius morosus
PSG5 Medauroidea extradentata

I will be adding a few more species soon(ish) and I am always willing to trade for different species!

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extasoma tiaratum psg 9
eurycantha calcarata psg23
tracharetaon bruekneri psg255
peruphasma schultei psg270
carausius morosus psg1
diapherodes gigantea psg260
epidares nolimetangere psg99
oreophoetes peruana psg84
phyllium siccofolium psg76
sipyloidea sipylus psg4
sungaya inexpectata psg195
& a few mystery nymphs


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most of the above plus
heteropteryx dilatata psg18
medauroidea extradentata psg215
phyllium philipines psg?
neohirasea maerans psg173
lamponius guerini psg101
neohirasea hongkonensis psg242
oxyartes honestus
medaura jobrensis psg202
ramulus thai psg144
pharnacia biceps psg203
plus many as yet unidentified ova
(quite a few unidentified ova)

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my list updated -

Extatosoma tiaratrum.
Pharnacia biceps
Nearchus maximus (now phobaeticus maximus)
Heteropteryx dilatata
parectatosoma mocquerysi
spiniphasma crassithorax
acrophylla wuelfingi
sipyloidea sipylus
peruphasma schultei
diapherodes gigantea
oreophotes peruana
phyllium siccifolium? (possibly a sub or different species)
Phyllium giganteaum
Phyllium phillipnes
Phyllium celebicum
Eurycantha calcarata
Eurycnema goliath
Anismorpha monstrosa (sny.paromalus)
Pharnacia jianfenglingensis (PSG 208)
Ctenomorphodes Briareus
Anisomorpha ferruginea
Phobaeticus alba
Brasidas samarensis
Carausius sp (PSG 203)
Epidares nolimetangere (PSG 99)
Lonchodes cultratolobatus
carausius morosus
Phasmotaenia australe
neohirasea maerens
phaenopharos khaoyaiensis
ramulus thaii
lamponius guerini
Ramulus artemis
Parapachymorpha zomproi
Pseudophasma rufipes
Bacillus rossius PSG 3
Pharnacia ponderosa
Diapherodes venustula
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Species list current as of... um... today. :)

Abrosoma festinatum (231)
Abrosoma johorensis (265)
Acanthoxyla inermis (80)
Acanthoxyla intermedia (33)
Acanthoxyla prasina (6)
Acanthoxyla speciosa
Acrophylla wuelfingi (13)
Agamemnon cornutus (266)
Alienobostra brocki (52)
Anchiale sp. (Malaita)
Apiosceles bulbosa (Proscopid)
Asceles margaritatus (151)
Carausius sp.
Carausius cristatus (120)
Carausius sanguineoligatus (66)
Carausius spinosus (241)
Clitarchus hookeri (7)
Creoxylus spinosus (31)
Dares sp.
Dares validispinus (38)
Diapherodes venustula
Dimorphodes catenulatus (236)
Dinophasma sp.
Dinophasma kinabaluensis (238)
Dinophasma saginatum (166)
Eucarcharus feruloides
Haaniella dehaani (126)
Haaniella echinata (26)
Haaniella grayii (125)
Haaniella muelleri (112)
Haaniella sausseri (177)
Haaniella scabra (70)
Hermagoras haematomus
Hopoclonia cuspidata (199)
Leiophasma lucubense (268)
Lonchodes sp. (Philippines)
Lonchodes amaurops (100)
Lonchodes brevipes (19)
Lonchodes cultratolobatus (181)
Lonchodes geniculatus (176)
Lonchodes imitator (29)
Lonchodes malleti (200)
Lonchodes megabeast (127)
Lonchodes mindanaense (169)
Lonchodes modestus (138)
Lonchodes rusticus (246)
Metriophasma diocles (249)
Necroscia annulipes
Ocnophiloidea dillerorum
Oreophoetes peruana (84)
Orestes mohoutii (192)
Orxines semperi (256)
Oxyartes honestus (182)
Parectatosoma mocquerysi (258)
Peruphasma schultei (270)
Pharnacia ponderosa
Pharnacia sumatrana (58)
Phasma gigas (190)
Phasmotaenia australe
Phaenopharos struthonerius (205)
Phenacephorus cornucervi (73)
Phobaeticus alba
Phyllium sp. (278)
Pseudophasma menius (259)
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OMG :yikes: :clap:

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Cheers! Just finished changing the food etc. Started at 2pm, so not bad going! :) Will have a celebratory beer.

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what!
I just started the same time and im still got a couple left yet i only have 6 tanks :lol:

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I have been doing this for 14 years... After a while, changing food in 62 cages becomes quite routine :)

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