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PostPosted: Sun Mar 30, 2014 10:15 pm 
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Orchid mantis suprised me by mouting to a massive sub adult instead of the adult i thought she was going to, so decided to show off mantis diversity with my D.dessicata :P












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Current mantis species:
Acanthops erosula
Blepharopsis mendica
Creobroter nebulosa
Decimiana bolivari
Gongylus gongylodes
Idolomantis diabolica
Heterochaeta orientalis
Hymenopus coronatus
Miomantis cf. caffra "Johannesburg"
Phyllocrania paradoxa

Others: Phasmids, Beetles, Butterflies, Moths

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