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Order Mantodea - Mantids

 
 
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Mantis - Gonatista grisea Grizzled Mantid - Gonatista grisea - female Male Grizzled Mantis, top view - Gonatista grisea - male Mantis - Gonatista grisea Beetle or Other Insect - Gonatista grisea - female De-cloaked - Gonatista grisea - female Flat bug? - Gonatista grisea Lichen like - Gonatista grisea - female

CMantis92706 - Stagmomantis carolina - male Mantid ID Request - Stagmomantis carolina - female Mantis religiosa - European Mantis? - Mantis religiosa Praying Mantis - Mantis religiosa - male large stick-like mantis - tip of abdomen - Brunneria borealis - female Chinese Mantid - Tenodera sinensis - male European Mantis - Mantis religiosa - female Mantid - Litaneutria

Little Yucatan Mantid - Mantoida maya Mantoida? - Mantoida maya Mantoida? - Mantoida maya Mantoida? - Mantoida maya Beetle? - Mantoida maya

Iris oratorio - Iris oratoria - male Iris oratorio female - Iris oratoria - female Mediterranean Mantis Oothecae and nymphs      - Iris oratoria Albino? - Iris oratoria - male Some kind of praying mantis...species/sex? - Iris oratoria - male Unknown mantid - Iris oratoria - male Praying Mantis IV - Iris oratoria - male Mediterranean Mantis Ootheca - Iris oratoria

Unknown mantid - Oligonicella scudderi - male Thesprotia graminis  (Grass-like Mantid) - Thesprotia graminis - male nymph of a broadheaded bug, family Alydidae and stick like mantid - Thesprotia graminis unidentified mantis - stagmo? dorsal view - Oligonicella scudderi - male Thespid - Thesprotia graminis - male Grass-like Mantid - Thesprotia graminis - male Praying Mantis of some kind - Oligonicella scudderi - male This mantis was much smaller than the Unicorns - Bactromantis mexicana - male

 
 
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