Two papers about phasmids from Vietnam published in the "Belgian Journal of Entomology":
· The new stick insect genus Medauromorpha n. gen. with the description of one new species from Vietnam
The new genus Medauromorpha gen. nov. is describedfrom Vietnam and southern China to accomodate the new species M. baviensis n.sp. and two species previously placed in the genus Ramulus, this is M. foedata (Brunner v. Wattenwyl, 1907) amd M. regina (Brunner v. Wattenwyl, 1907). This striking genus is characteristic for the very long and slender, cylindrical eggs and the very large often foliaceous lobes of the mid legs of females. It is placed in the tribe Medaurini. All three species are currently being cultured in Europe.
Bresseel, J. & Constant, J. (2017): The new stick insect genus Medauromorpha gen. nov. with one new species from Vietnam and notes on Medauroidea Zompro, 2001 (Phasmida: Phasmatidae: Clitumninae). Belgian Journal of Entomology, 45: 1-38.
· The Picasso stick insect. The new species Calvisia kneubuehleri
The colourful new species Calvisia kneubuehleri n. sp. (subfamily Necrosciinae) is described from South Vietnam. It belongs in the subgenus Calvisia (Calvisia) Stål, 1875. New techniques developed to breed the species in captivity are explained, illustrated and discussed: the low temperature-induced dormany method (LTD) and the glued eggs technique method (GET).
Bresseel, J. & Constant, J. (2017): The Picasso stick insect. A striking new species of Calvisia from Vietnam with notes on captive breeding and new methods for incubation of eggs (Phasmida: Diapheromeridae: Necrosciinae). Belgian Journal of Entomology, 46: 1-18.
a new care sheets with many photos is online:
· Pylaemenes sepilokensis sepilokensis "Sepilok" (from Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Center, Sandakan, Sabah, Borneo)
see full care sheet → Miscellaneous (Allgemeines) → phasmid breeding Bruno Kneubühler → care sheet section
few eggs will be available soon → eggs of different phasmid species
Pylaemenes sepilokensis sepilokensis "Sepilok" (adult female, left)
Pylaemenes sepilokensis sepilokensis "Sepilok" (adult male, right)