Asked in Geckos
What does the New Zealand Coromandel striped gecko eat?
Like most other geckos, the New Zealand Coromandel Striped Gecko eats insects, from moths and small beetles to crickets. ...
Asked in Insects
What are wetas habitats?
Weta is a word from the Maori language, and it refers to about seventy different species of insects commonly found in New Zealand. Many look like crickets or grasshoppers. They tend to be nocturnal, and they live in a variety of habitats-- some live in trees, while others can be found in grassland, shrub land, forests, and caves. ...
Asked in Insects, Taxonomy, Stick Insects
Where do stick insects come from?
Stick Insects come from all over the world, for example: Madagascar, New guinea, Peru, New Zealand, Australia, South America and many other countries. Stick insects mostly live in tropical and subtropical forests. ...
What insects starts with N?
New Zealand praying mantis and no-see-ums are insects. They begin with the letter n. ...
Asked in Maps and Directions, Stick Insects
Where do stick insects live showing on a map?
Stick insects are very widely spread throughout the world. They live in the contiguous United States, most of central and south America, Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Southern Asia, and western Europe. ...