>Peruphasma schultei is a species of stick insect found in the Cordillera del Condor region of northern Peru. In the wild the insect feeds on Schinus plants, but will feed on privet and honeysuckle in captivity. In Peru they are only known to exist in a region of less than 5 hectares, but since their discovery they have become increasingly popular as pets worldwide due to their unusual colouration and they are now bred regularly in captivity.
Jesus, talk about a tiny ecological niche.
These guys are pretty neat. I got to care for one over the summer for my school's entomology department. I would hazard OP's is a nymph as is common for stick insects to have a curled tail in the earlier stages.