Definition of Diapheromera femorata
1. Noun. A variety of stick insect.
Generic synonyms: Stick Insect, Walking Stick, Walkingstick
Group relationships: Genus Diapheromera
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Literary usage of Diapheromera femorata
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1. The Insect Book: A Popular Account of the Bees, Wasps, Ants, Grasshoppers by Leland Ossian Howard (1905)
"Life History of a common Walking Stick ( diapheromera femorata This is the common " walking stick " of the northern United States and is distributed over ..."
2. The Canadian Entomologist by Entomological Society of Canada (1951- ), Entomological Society of Ontario (1895)
"Our species are few in number and all apterous. Only one of them, Diapheromera femorata (Say), extends into Canada. A1. ..."
3. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science by Kansas Academy of Science (1905)
"diapheromera femorata Say. As many as a dozen specimens were taken July 3, 1904, north of 1636 Holyoke avenue, Fairmount, feeding on grass and weeds. 8. ..."
4. Proceedings of the Davenport Academy of Sciences by Davenport Academy of Sciences (1904)
"diapheromera femorata (Say).— Credited to Santa Fe by Halde- man; near Organ Mountains, Mesilla Valley, Aug. (Cockerell). It has been many times figured, ..."
5. Entomological News and Proceedings of the Entomological Section of the by Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia Entomological Section (1903)
"This species shows cerei similar to those of diapheromera femorata, and not long and slender, as in D. velici. ..."
6. The Second Year of the Look-about Club by Mary Ellen Bamford (1889)
"... Femorata 71 Eggs of diapheromera femorata ....... 72 Eggs, natural size ........... 73 Full-grown walking-sticks 75 "Water-flea" . ..."
7. Introduction to Zoology: A Guide to the Study of Animals ; for the Use of by Charles Benedict Davenport, Gertrude Anna Crotty Davenport (1902)
"Figure 5 shows our only common northern species, diapheromera femorata. It feeds on leaves, especially those of the oak, and occasionally does much damage ..."