In general the youngest nymphs are flourishing; I've had a couple of them moult over the last two to three days which is very exciting and I never get bored of seeing just how much they change over such a short space of time. In early April I was blessed with a nearly in-tact skin of one of the larger nymphs, she decided it would be very kind of her to not devour this one so instead she kept it in superb condition for me to photograph and share. A larger image will be in the moulting section shortly.
Two of the trio have develoepd a lovely dark brown mottling whereas the third is still a lovely beige colour. You can definitely tell these ladies apart now, which is very handy. They've also been moved into their own enclosure away from the smaller nymphs and they now receive much mroe bramble which they are certainly enjoying.
All-in-all the Extatosoma tiaratum seem to be doing very well and God willing that progress will continue. It looks as though they will reach adulthood mid spring to early summer which is ideal as that is when the best bramble is about. Blackberries for me, bramble for the sticks. Sounds like a good deal!