The walking-leaf insect, Phyllium bioculatum, is a leaf insect (Phylliidae) native to west Malaysia.
Leaf insects have extremely flattened, irregularly shaped bodies, wings, and legs. They are usually about 2–4 inches long (5–10 cm) long. They are called leaf insects because their large, leathery forewings have veins that look similar to the veins on the particular type of leaves they inhabit.
Beautifully mounted male specimen on a white background. Set in a black box frame with wall mount.
The frame measures approximately 160mm x 125mm x 30mm
Captive bred specimen in excellent A1 condition.
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