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FOR SALE - 15 Indian Stick Insect eggs £0.99 + £1 Delivery

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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months agoFeedback:2 Positive/1 Neutral/1 Negative
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months agoFeedback:2 Positive/1 Neutral/1 Negative
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banned#1
u serious? lol
#2
omg lol. would they survive through the post??
banned#3
you can buy fish though the post i think
#4
Wtf..
#5
Is this serious - I might buy???
What size do they grow to?
Any handy hints?
:?
#6
i want one. i think!
#7
surely not 4 real?!
banned#8
i bought some off flebay and they hatched fine, just put in a jar lined with tissue, keep them moist and they hatch, they only live for about a year, grow to maybe 4 inches long, the actual eggs are only about a 1mm diameter. just be careful how you handle stick insects, otherwise you will get an amputee...
#9
topcat63
Is this serious - I might buy???
What size do they grow to?
Any handy hints?
:?


http://www.stickylegs.co.uk/indian%20stick%20insect.jpg

I kept mine in a fish tank, and fed them privet leaves from the front garden. Very easy to keep.
#10
if anyone has spiney leaf stick insects ill be interested i love the big ones
#11
yeuuucccck omg they're disgusting! how can anyone like them.
#12
We had thenm when we were kids in the 70's, If you put them in a glass jar or container wrap the up well wit some air holes they are fine, Really cheap pet to have though you could end up with loads, seem to lay the eggs well!!!!!!!!
The baby ones are great really small diddy things! Like most baby's.
Really cheap to feed go and nick some of some of your neighbour's privit bush.
#13
cheekychic
yeuuucccck omg they're disgusting! how can anyone like them.


They're great with a little tabasco.:p
[mod]#14
lewt
you can buy fish though the post i think


http://www.tropicalfish.org.uk/tropical_stock_list.htm had some delivered last week excellent service :):roll:
#15
DA63147
i bought some off flebay and they hatched fine, just put in a jar lined with tissue, keep them moist and they hatch, they only live for about a year, grow to maybe 4 inches long, the actual eggs are only about a 1mm diameter. just be careful how you handle stick insects, otherwise you will get an amputee...


couldnt have put it better myself, :thumbsup:
#16
any interest?
#17
ill take one lot please!!
#18
angelfacexx
ill take one lot please!!


pm sent..
#19
any others?
#20
max401
any others?


yeah go on then,

what'd happen if i just poured water on my roommates sheets, sprinkled the eggs on and high tailed it? =D


Nah need to find a suitable container but i'll give it a go.

pm me details please mate
#21
eca07mc
yeah go on then,

what'd happen if i just poured water on my roommates sheets, sprinkled the eggs on and high tailed it? =D



hehe, well if you do let me konw what happens :D
#22
can you feed these to pets, like chameleons :)
#23
got any more?
#24
eca07mc
yeah go on then,

what'd happen if i just poured water on my roommates sheets, sprinkled the eggs on and high tailed it? =D


We done something similar in our first year at uni...mate went home for a week over reading week and we 'got into' his room and watered his carpet and laid moss seeds...damn did we get hurt when he got back! It was F'ing mint though!
Damn i miss my first year pranks...
#25
i remember these when i was a kid,loved them,went to bed one night and came down for school in morning and 100s of them all over the ceiling lol,they had hatched days before and got out of the top,didnt put the lid on right.

i prefer triops or sea monkeys
#26
t0mm
got any more?


yeah, you want some too?
#27
I can remember a teacher giving away 3 stick insects to anyone that wanted them at school. Within a month my goldfish bowl was upgraded to a tank, then a couple of months after that I had 2 tanks.

Really easy to look after. Just need fresh leaves every couple of days (I used Ivy branches), and clean out the bottom every week (chuck the rubbish, try to keep the eggs (I kept them in a jam jar. When they hatched and got to a reasonable size, I put them in the tank)).

Be warned though, you will find them all over the place. Small ones will escape and you'll find them up the curtains, under the bed, inside drawers!

I almost found them to be theraputic, just like fish. Felt weird holding them at first, but they are harmless creatures. If I still had a small tank I would get them again! Maybe in the future.

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