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References

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  • Brock. 2002. Studies on the Australasian stick-insect genus Extatosoma Gray (Phasmida: Phasmatidae: Tropidoderinae: Extatosomatini). Journal of Orthoptera Research (Jour. of Orthoptera Res.) 10(2):303-313
  • Froggatt. 1922. Description of a new Phasma belonging to the genus Extatosoma. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 47(3):344-345, pl. 38
  • Gray, G.R. 1833. The Entomology of Australia. The monograph of the genus Phasma, London
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