stick insect

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Gardeners at Glasgow's Botanic Gardens believe someone keeping stick insects as pets decided to dump them in the glasshouses.
Stick insects can't survive long-term in our cold climate.
But it's not just their appearance that keeps stick insects from being noticed by predators like birds and lizards.
Scientists from Simon Fraser University, Canada, investigated the DNA of Timema stick insects, which live in shrubland around the west coast of the US.
He finally gets over there, as it takes a while because these stick insects are careful creatures.
Phobaeticus chani, believed to be one the world's largest stick insects, with an overall length of 22 inches.
GIANT stick insects and beautiful butterflies were among the creepy crawlies which visited St Augustine's Primary School in Radford.
Our stick insects would only eat bramble leaves and in the middle of Birmingham in winter, even given the rustic nature of our garden, this proved a time-consuming challenge.
However, maybe the thought of the actress was necessary to bulk out the scant 10-second sound bite with anorexic stick insects falling over some traffic lights--a treatment that would be lost on most people, especially the colour-blind.
SCORPIONS, praying mantis and spectacular stick insects were among special guests at a lecture staged by Edge Hill university.
I don't think [actresses] are supposed to look like stick insects.
And when you factor in that we already had a brace of hamsters and a million stick insects (another impulse purchase; never buy stick insects in a jam jar from a fete; like chain letters, they increase exponentially) it's clear why the fish got short shrift in the attention department.
Visitors will be introduced to live insects including cockroaches and stick insects.
Entomologists decided that stick insects might have done something once thought impossible: lost a complicated trait, their wings, in the course of evolution but recovered it millions of years later (163: 35).
But they did bypass the hundreds of stick insects who believe the only way to get on in pop is to look like Posh Spice.