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Phyllium Bioculatum / Gray's Leaf Insect:


Discovered by George Robert Gray in 1832. The name Bioculatum means "two-eyed" & refers to the two dots located on the abdomen in this species. Both females & males occur in shades of green, yellow, & orange colouring. Their bodies & leathery forewings have veins that look similar to the veins on the particular type of leaves they inhabit. This specimen is green in hue & has been prepared, relaxed, reset & mounted just for you. See below for full specimen classification:


Framed Dimensions: H:27cm x W: 27cm x D: 6cm


Kingdom: Animalia

Phylum: Arthropoda

Class: Insecta

Order: Phasmatodea

Family: Phylliidae 

Genus: Phyllium

Species: P. Bioculatum

Binomial Name: Phyllium Bioculatum / G. R. Gray, 1832

Phyllium Bioculatum / Gray's Leaf Insect

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Size: 27cm
  • This Taxidery Specimen has been lovingly prepared, relaxed, reset & framed for you on a farm in picturesque Devon, England. All of our Specimens are from captive bred or sustainably sourced through research institues or private breeders world wide.

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