Thorny Stick

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Thorny Stick: Taken at Butterfly Park, Penang, Malaysia.
Scientific Name: Heteropteryx Dilatata
Favorite Food: Guava Leaf

Also known as the Malaysian Jungle Nymph, it is very common in Malaysia. Adult males are brown in colour and females are apple-green. This species is definitely not for beginners and not easy to handle. The adults can attack with their spiny hind legs and will pierce the human skin.
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Taken at Butterfly Park, Penang, Malaysia. Scientific Name: Heteropteryx Dilatata Favorite Food: Guava Leaf Also known as the Malaysian Jungle Nymph, it is very common in Malaysia. Adult males are brown in colour and females are apple-green. This species is definitely not for beginners and not easy to handle. The adults can attack with their spiny hind legs and will pierce the human skin.
Thorny Stick: Taken at Butterfly Park, Penang, Malaysia.
Scientific Name: Heteropteryx Dilatata
Favorite Food: Guava Leaf

Also known as the Malaysian Jungle Nymph, it is very common in Malaysia. Adult males are brown in colour and females are apple-green. This species is definitely not for beginners and not easy to handle. The adults can attack with their spiny hind legs and will pierce the human skin.

October 19, 2010 micromoth

Nice shot! I remember rearing a similar species long ago when I was a boy.

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Dimensions: 2304px * 1728px
Published: October - 19 - 2010
Camera: Casio
Date: 2005:04:08 01:09:19
Aperture:f/3.7
Exposure: 1/100s
Focal length: 8.82mm
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Thorny Stick: Taken at Butterfly Park, Penang, Malaysia.
Scientific Name: Heteropteryx Dilatata
Favorite Food: Guava Leaf

Also known as the Malaysian Jungle Nymph, it is very common in Malaysia. Adult males are brown in colour and females are apple-green. This species is definitely not for beginners and not easy to handle. The adults can attack with their spiny hind legs and will pierce the human skin. Thorny Stick: Taken at Butterfly Park, Penang, Malaysia.
Scientific Name: Heteropteryx Dilatata
Favorite Food: Guava Leaf

Also known as the Malaysian Jungle Nymph, it is very common in Malaysia. Adult males are brown in colour and females are apple-green. This species is definitely not for beginners and not easy to handle. The adults can attack with their spiny hind legs and will pierce the human skin. Thorny Stick: Taken at Butterfly Park, Penang, Malaysia.
Scientific Name: Heteropteryx Dilatata
Favorite Food: Guava Leaf

Also known as the Malaysian Jungle Nymph, it is very common in Malaysia. Adult males are brown in colour and females are apple-green. This species is definitely not for beginners and not easy to handle. The adults can attack with their spiny hind legs and will pierce the human skin. Thorny Stick: Taken at Butterfly Park, Penang, Malaysia. Scientific Name: Heteropteryx Dilatata Favorite Food: Guava Leaf Also known as the Malaysian Jungle Nymph, it is very common in Malaysia. Adult males are brown in colour and females are apple-green. This species is definitely not for beginners and not easy to handle. The adults can attack with their spiny hind legs and will pierce the human skin. 300px //a.rgbimg.com/users/s/sm/smjet/600/mFktAW8.jpg 600px //a.rgbimg.com/users/s/sm/smjet/600/mFktAW8.jpg 100px