Crowned Stick Insects

Stick Insects for Sale: All species listed below are in stock, please contact us if you are wanting a variety not currently listed                                                                                                                 Shipping:  We  only ship within Australia and do not ship to Western Australia.  Only Spiny Leaf, Crowned and Strong Stick Insects can be sent to Tasmania without the purchaser obtaining a permit from: http://dpipwe.tas.gov.au/Documents/Import-Export-Permit-of-Wildlife.pdf     Freight Costs and Payment Options:  The freight cost for Insect only and start-up kits orders is $12. Freight on Egg Only Orders is included in cost of the eggs.  And the Freight on Insectpet Enclosures is calculated at the checkout.  Payment can be made by Direct Deposit or Paypal. GST not applicable.           Dispatch Days: Orders with live insects are dispatched via Express Post weekly on either Monday or Tuesday. Egg only orders are sent by surface mail.        

 Christmas Ordering Details for 2018. The last postage day before Christmas for orders to outside Victoria is Tues Dec 18th. Orders must be placed and payment received by midday on Tues Dec 18th

The last postage day before Christmas for orders within Victoria is Wednesday Dec 19th. Orders must be placed and payment received by noon on Dec 19th

Vouchers can be ordered up until Saturday Dec 22nd and will be emailed, once payment is received.

Postage of orders in 2019 will commence on Monday January 7th

 

The Crowned Stick Insect ( Onchestus rentzi ) is easy to care for and harmless. They are very “stick like” in appearance and get their name from the lumpy “crown” on top their head. Females can grow up to 12cm long. Males are much smaller and slender than the females. Crowned Stick Insects feed mainly on eucalyptus (gum) and acacia (wattle) leaves. They require an enclosure of minimum size 35cm tall x 25cm x 30cm and room temperature of 20 to 28deg C. Not for sale to Western Australia.



 

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