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Indian chopsticks very popular in Europe, their life expectancy is 6-12 months. Of all the wands, the Indian is the most hardy.

Habitat: tropical forests of southern India.
Type: wood.
Food: young and adult stick sticks eat leaves of blackberry, raspberry, rose, hawthorn, ivy, privet, pyracantha. Some individuals eat romaine lettuce.
Size: 10-12.5 cm.
Growth rate: fast.
Temperature: 18.3-26.6'C
Humidity: 75-80%.
Character: obedient and calm.
Housing: young stickholders can live in a transparent plastic container with a lid closed. Adults need a 35-135 liter terrarium, depending on the number of insects. The height of the terrarium is more important than the bottom area.
Substrate: 5-7.5 cm. Peat moss or humus.
Design: live (vines) and artificial plants.
Reproduction: see here

Credit: Portal Zooclub
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