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Mantid in Tucson, AZ - Stagmomantis limbata

Mantid in Tucson, AZ - Stagmomantis limbata
West Tucson, Pima County, Arizona, USA
June 17, 2016
Size: 2"
I see lots of green and brown/gray mantids but this is the first tan one of this size I've seen on my place. Thanks!

Moved
Moved from Mantids.

The narrowing and dark band c
The narrowing and dark band coloration on the lower pronotum show that it is S limbata

Stagmomantis limbata
Stagmomantis limbata

Moved
Hard to say with this youngster. It could be one of several Stagmomantis species or perhaps Iris oratoria. Someone here may be able to narrow it down...

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