Pharnacia palawanica

HENNEMANN & CONLE, 2008: 110, figs. 91, 149-150, 209, 375.

 

HENNEMANN, F. H. & CONLE, O. V. (2008): Revision of Oriental Phasmatodea: The tribe Pharnaciini Günther, 1953, including the description of the world’s longest insect, and a survey of the family Phasmatidae Gray, 1835 with keys to the subfamilies and tribes. (Phasmatodea: “Anareolatae”: Phasmatidae). Zootaxa, 1906: 1-316.

 

 


Paratype, female [coll. FH, No. 0455-1].

 

Paratype, female [coll. FH, No. 0455-2].

 

Paratype, female: Head and prothorax in lateral view [coll. FH, No. 0455-2].

 

Paratype, female: Apex of abdomen [coll. FH, No. 0455-2].

 

Paratype, egg [coll. FH, No. 0455-E].

 

 

Type-material:

HOLOTYPE, female: Philippines, Palawan, Brooks Point, 7.10.1974, R. Rodriguez, BM 1975-193 [Natural History Museum, London / BMNH].


PARATYPE, female (penultimate instar nymph): Philippines, Palawan, Brooks Point, 7.10.1974, R. Rodriguez, BM 1975-193 [Natural History Museum, London / BMNH].


PARATYPES, 2 females: Philippines, SE-Palawan, Brook’s Point, 1998 [coll. Frank Hennemann / FH, No’s 0455-1 & 2].


PARATYPE, egg: Philippines, SE-Palawan, Brook’s Point, 1998, ex ovipositor FH 0455-1 [coll. Frank Hennemann / FH, No. 0455-E].


PARATYPE, female: Philippines, Palawan, IV.1985, leg. C. Finetti [coll. Marco Gottardo / MG].