- Order: Phasmatodea
- Family: Phasmatidae
- Subfamily: Phasmatinae
- Ctenomorpha chronus (Gray, 1833)
Ctenomorpha chronus, belongs to the subfamily Phasmatinae while the other two belong to the subfamily Tropidoderinae.
This females of species can grow to 176mm, however, they can appear longer as they rest with their forelegs outstretched. They blend in well amoong Eucalyptus stems. While males are fully winged, the short tegmina and very long cerci suggest this one is a female.
Short tegmina (wing covers)
Very long cerci