Offered food plants include Ficus benjamina and F. ulmifolia, as well as Elatostema (Family Urticaceae).
When I take short walks around my area, I make it a point to gather appropriately-sized cuttings of other Ficus species to provide variety. Quite surprisingly, leaves of grapes (Vitis spp.) are accepted, even though these plants belong to an entirely different family (Vitaceae). Langka (Artocarpus heterophyllus), despite belonging to the same family where Ficus belongs (family Moraceae) is rejected, but it may be a good idea to try other food items belonging to this family, among them tipulo (A. blancoi), marang (A. odoratissimus), himbabao/ alukon (Broussonetia luzonica, the flowers of which are used as a vegetable especially in Ilocano dishes), and mulberry (Morus alba).
Other commonly offered food items to other stick insect genera and species such as guyabano (Annona muricata), gumamela (Hibiscus), mango (Mangifera spp.), guava (Psidium guajava), and rose (Rosa spp.) are not taken.
Guyabano (Annona muricata)