Littig, K. S. 1942. External anatomy of the Florida walking stick: Anisomorpha buprestoides Stoll. The Florida Entomologist 25(3): 33-41.

 Eisner, T. 1965. Defensive spray of a Phasmid insect. Science 148: 966-968.        

Sondheimer, E. and J. B. Simeone (Editors). 1970. Chemical Ecology. Academic Press, Inc, New York, New York, USA.        

Allred, M. L., B. P. Stark, and D. L. Lentz. 1986. Egg capsule morphology of Anisomorpha buprestoides     (Phasmatodea:
    Pseudophasmatidae). Entomological News 97(4): 169-174.

Gunning, G. E. 1987. Behavior observations of the walking stick, Anisomorpha buprestoides (Phasmatodea: Phasmatidae). The Florida
    Entomologist: 406-408.                

Gwynne, D. T. 1989. Does copulation increase the risk of predation? TREE 4(2): 54-56. Thomas, M. C. 2003.>. Accessed 24 March 2014.        

Blanckenhorn, W. U. 2005. Behavorial causes and consequences of sexual size dimorphism. Ethology 111(11): 977-1016.                

 Tozier, Christopher. 2005. Behavorial activity of Anisomorpha buprestoides possibly associated with Hurricane Charley. Florida
    Entomologist 88: 106.        

Dossey, A. T., S. S. Walse, and A. S. Edison. 2008. Developmental and geographical variation in the chemical defense of the walking stick
    insect Anisomorpha buprestoides. Journal of Chemical Ecology: 584-590.                

Conle, O. V., F. H. Hennemann, and A. T. Dossey. 2009. Survey of  thecolor forms of the southern twostriped walkingstick, with notes on its
    range, habitats, and behaviors. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 102: 210-232.        

Samuel, N. 2010.>. Accessed 15 April 2014.                                  

Sharp, J. 2014.>. Accessed 19 March 2014.        

Phasmatodea 2014. ocala>. Accessed 19 March 2014.        

Encyclopedia of Life.>. Accessed 15 April 2014.

Fun Facts                                                              Home                                                                        Contact Us