Phaenopharos khaoyaiensis eggs x30
This stick insect species presents small orange wings but it cannot fly. Females can reach 20cm length at. They are very easy to rear thus suitable for beginners. This is a parthenogenetic stick insect species in captivity, only females are present in this brood.
The species has the Phasmid Study Group number PSG215.
Eggs of this species hatch in 4-6 months. The ones for sale have been incubated for a couple of months and are expected to hatch in 2-4 months depending on temperature. Nymphs take 6 months and 6 molts before reaching adulthood. Adults of Phaenopharos khaoyaiensis live for other 8 months, laying eggs throughout this period.