I would welcome any help and advice to rear the only two eggs that hatched of Extatosoma tiaratum.
I got these from maxi my friend but apparently he is busy studying as he did not reply to my mail.
I am feeding the two nynphs on rubus and they did not yet accept eucalyptus.Maybe it is not their favourite.
Thanks to those that will reply.
Rubus is suitable as foodplant. Eucalyptus should also work. E. tiaratum isn't very difficult to breed. 60-80% humidity and 20-28°C and you won't have many problems. I think the nymph in the picture is a L3.
Fabian is absolutely right. The nymph on the picture is a female.