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A Margin-winged stick insect (Ctenomorpha marginipennis) clinging to the bark of a tree, its body resembles a eucalyptus twig from the same trees it feeds on, Point Beauty, Tasmania, Australia. March.  -  Steven David Miller
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Steven David Miller / A Margin-winged stick insect (Ctenomorpha marginipennis) clinging to the bark of a tree, its body resembles a eucalyptus twig from the same trees it feeds on, Point Beauty, Tasmania, Australia. March.
A Margin-winged stick insect (Ctenomorpha marginipennis) clinging to the bark of a tree, its body resembles a eucalyptus twig from the same trees it feeds on, Point Beauty, Tasmania, Australia. March.  -  Steven David Miller
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Steven David Miller / A Margin-winged stick insect (Ctenomorpha marginipennis) clinging to the bark of a tree, its body resembles a eucalyptus twig from the same trees it feeds on, Point Beauty, Tasmania, Australia. March.