|... for insect
cages and living stick insects
insects, Silkmoths, British caterpillars...
Pick an enjoyable pet insect to suit your lifestyle. From
classic thin, to wide and chunky, these social insects are supplied in small
groups. Nymphs (youngsters), or adults, your perfect choice awaits.
colour information sheet is included. All our stick insects are
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New Guinea stick insect nymphs
(female on left, male on
|New Guinea stick insects
These are chunky stick insects which benefit from a lot of
attention, so are ideal if you'd like to handle your stick insects
New Guinea stick insects eat bramble/blackberry leaves, also
hazel leaves and rose leaves. The nymphs (immature insects) are bright green.
They become glossy brown later, when they are adults.
New Guinea stick insects are active
and it's good to take them out of the ELC cage regularly so they can walk
across a table or floor.
These stick insects
require a Water Dish and also Community Tubes in which to rest. The adults mate
regularly and the female buries her eggs in the Sand Pit.
stick insects have longer lifespans than most stick insects, so typically live
18 months, although some can live for two or even three years! It is essential
to house them correctly, and the ELC cage is the best
cage for them. They are big heavy stick insects and do well in the ELC cage
because they can hook their claws around the specially made holes and climb the
sides of the ELC cage.
Pack of four New
Guinea stick insect green nymphs (two males and two females)
Water Dish, Sand Pit and two Community Tubes £6.
|Indian stick insects
The best type to choose if you are new to keeping stick insects.
Indian stick insects are easy to handle, easy to breed, and suitable for all
ages. They grow to 11cm. Parthenogenetic (all females).
Indian stick insects eat bramble (blackberry) leaves, also hazel
leaves. They do best in the tall airy ELC cage.
Pack of four Indian stick insect
young adults £15.
Express delivery £9.95.
Winged stick insect adult
|Pink Winged stick insects
Graceful stick insects which get large pink wings when fully
grown. They can fly across a room and land on the wall. Pink Winged stick
insects are easy to handle, easy to breed, and suitable for all ages. They grow
to 15cm. Parthenogenetic (all females).
Winged stick insects eat bramble (blackberry) leaves, also eucalyptus leaves.
They do best in the tall airy ELC cage.
Supplied as nymphs, this means they are not yet fully grown so you can
look forward to seeing them grow and acquire their wings within the next few
months. The adults glue their eggs into the holes in the white mesh and also
onto Hatch Mats. Leave the eggs where they have been glued.
Pack of four Pink Winged stick insect nymphs £15.
six Hatch Mats £3.
Express delivery £9.95.
stick insect (adult female)
insect (adult male)
|Thailand stick insects
Thailand stick insects have both males and females occuring in
equal numbers . The females are long and green, the males are much thinner and
Thailand stick insects eat bramble/blackberry leaves and are
active when handled. Thailand stick insects are thin and fast moving, so need
to be handled carefully. For this reason, they are not suitable to be handled
by young children.
Thailand stick insects eat less than many other stick
insects and so are perfect for people with busy lifestyles or limited supplies
of bramble leaves.
Pack of four
Thailand stick insect young adults (two males and two females)
Pack of eight Thailand stick insect young adults (mixture of
males and females) special offer price £20.
Thailand stick insects are
easy to breed, they mate regularly and their eggs hatch quickly, after just two
months. Keep the newly hatched Thailand stick insects in the same ELC cage as
Thailand stick insects do best in
the tall airy ELC cage
Indian Eri silkmoth
We breed these impressive silkmoths.
Their eggs are hatching now and so the caterpillars will be large enough to buy
in a few weeks time. To go on the waiting-list for the caterpillars, please
phone 01733 203358 or use the email link below. The caterpillars are easy to
look after and eat fresh privet leaves.
To go on the silkmoth caterpillar waiting-list (there's no
obligation to buy), please contact email@example.com
British Vapourer caterpillar
We breed these colourful insects. The
adults are laying eggs now. These should hatch soon and the caterpillars should
be large enough to buy in a few weeks time. To go on the waiting-list for the
caterpillars, please phone 01733 203358 or use the email link below. The
caterpillars are easy to look after and eat fresh bramble/blackberry
To go on the British
Vapourer caterpillar waiting-list (there's no obligation to buy), please
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We are keen to assist.
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