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The Horsehead Grasshopper from  Ecuador and Peru looks like a stick insect and has the diet of a stick insect (foliage, tree leaves) but it is actually a real grasshopper.

The Horsehead Grasshopper is from Western South America, more specifically the jungles of Ecuador and Peru. It looks like a stick insect and has the diet of a stick insect (foliage, tree leaves) but it is actually a real grasshopper.

Ctenomorpha gargantua. A stick insect from Northen Australia, C. gargantua is one of the largest insects in the world. Adult female, eggs.

A stick insect from Northen Australia, C. gargantua is one of the largest insects in the world.

Does anyone know what this is? I'd rather a picture of a living one, but I don't know what to look up.

(Original Pinner said "Butterfly" but I"m pretty sure this is a yellow stick insect with wings.

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Ctenomorpha gargantua. A stick insect from Northen Australia, C. gargantua is one of the largest insects in the world. Dorsal view, close up.

A stick insect from Northen Australia, C. gargantua is one of the largest insects in the world. Dorsal view, close up.

Jumping Horse-headed Grasshopper. Looks like a walking stick to me- that's what we called them. When my brother was a preschooler in the 70s, one stared him down in the backyard, and he screamed until Mom saved him.

Jumping Horse-headed Grasshopper - kind of reminds me of Beaker, from the Muppets.

"I challenge you to a stick fight!. Stick bugs.

I challenge you to a stick fight! We called this insect a "walking stick" when I was a kid

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