Mating pair of walkingstick insects

Mating pair of walkingstick insects

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Caption: Mating pair of the northern two-lined walkingstick, Anisomorpha ferruginea. Also known as the dark walkingstick, both sexes are wingless and males are much smaller than females. Found from TX to FL, VA and IL. Photo Dallas, TX.

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Keywords: animal, anisomorpha, anisomorpha ferruginea, arthropod, copulating, cryptic insect, dark walkingstick, insect, male and female, mating, northern two-lined walkingstick, sexual dimorphism, stick insect, texas insect, walking stick

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