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''Anisomorpha buprestoides'' is a stick insect which occurs throughout the southeastern United States.

''Anisomorpha buprestoides'' is a large, stout brown phasmid with three conspicuous longitudinal black stripes. Females average 67.7 mm in length; males are smaller and more slender, averaging 41.7 mm.

Similar species: Stick And Leaf Insects
Species identified by Joe Spandrusyszyn
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By Joe Spandrusyszyn

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Uploaded Nov 27, 2016. Captured Nov 26, 2016 14:53 in Fallen Log Crossing, Windermere, FL 34786, USA.
  • ILCE-6300
  • f/5.6
  • 1/640s
  • ISO1600
  • 192mm