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Arizona Unicorn Mantis Nymph? - Pseudovates arizonae

Arizona Unicorn Mantis Nymph? - Pseudovates arizonae
Nogales, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, USA
September 18, 2017
Size: ~28 mm

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Wonderful find and photos Salvador!
Though the horns look more like a giraffe to me (another magical animal ;-).

 
Thank you Aaron for your kind comment!
to me all bugs are magical, but I'd say some are more magical than others... The weirder and rarer, the more captivating they appear.

Moved
Moved from Mantids.