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Phasmatodea

(Order)

Overview

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Taxonomy

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The Order Phasmatodea is further organized into finer groupings including:

Families

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Bacillidae

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Bacteriidae

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Diapheromeridae

Diapheromeridae is a family of stick insects (order Phasmatodea). They belong to the superfamily of suborder Verophasmatodea. [more]

Heteronemiidae

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Heteropterygidae

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Lonchodidae

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Necrosciidae

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Pachymorphidae

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Palophidae

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Phasmatidae

Phasmatidae is a family of the stick insects (order Phasmatodea). They belong to the superfamily of suborder Verophasmatodea. [more]

Phylliidae

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Pseudophasmatidae

Pseudophasmatidae is a family of stick insect, commonly called the "striped walkingsticks". An important identifying characteristic is its mesothorax, which is never more than three times as long as the prothorax. [more]

Timematidae

Timema is a genus of relatively short-bodied, stout stick insects native to the far western United States. The genus was first described in 1895 by Samuel Hubbard Scudder, based on observations of the species Timema californicum. [more]

At least 21 species and subspecies belong to the Family Timematidae.

More info about the Family Timematidae may be found here.

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Last Revised: October 03, 2013
2013/10/03 16:54:27