We are offering Spiny Leaf Insects for sale.
The Spiny Leaf Insects are between three weeks to one day old, some which have had their first shed.
Spiny Leaf Insects make for a great pet, they are child proof and child friendly, easy to care and maintain and feed from eyucalyptus leaves and or rose bush leaves.
we have appromimatly 60 babies avaliable which range from yellow/green, brown and orange in colour.
Please email us your enquiries, they can be picked up from Bankstown area or ...
We have plenty of spiney leaf insects for sale in all different colours and sizes.
They are a great low maintenance pet. We also have lots of eggs if you want to hatch your own. Pickup from Rostrevor 5073. You just need to bring a container with gum leaves in it.
medium $3 ea
large $5 ea
Please contact Tracey on 042883****
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The picture is the Mother of the babies that are for sale. She was originally the size of a small ant when I purchased her from Queensland. But as you can see she grew quite a lot!
Totally harmless, they only eat gumleaves and have no parts to bite or sting you with.
A great pet for children, school classes, or people who don't want hair on their furniture.
I have prepared a small booklet of information about the stick insects, and how to keep them in Tasmania. One booklet designed ...
Spiny leaf insects for sale from $5 each
Great easy care pet for kids
All you need is a cage , water sprayer and some gum/ eucalyptus leaves
Give fresh leaves every 3-4 days and a few sprays of water each day
Spiny Leaf Insects for sale, too many to count (more than 40 available)
Great Pets that are kid friendly, don't bite and only require fresh leaves every 3 - 4 days and a good spray of water.
$10 each for the babies or 5 for $45
Juvenile and Adult prices negotiable depending on availability
Pick-up only from Belrose, Sydney.
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$8.00 Each or 3 for $20.00
We have baby spiny leaf stick insects for sale, which range from only days old to 3 months. They do not bite, are happy to be held gently, and eat eucalyptus leaves and some other natives. Give them a mist of water once a day, dispose of the droppings in the bottom of the tank, and change the leaves every 3-4 days – that is as hard as it gets! They are very easy to care for and are very interesting to watch and make great pets for the kids.