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Photo#1448835
Praying mantis - Oligonicella scudderi - male

Praying mantis - Oligonicella scudderi - Male
Granbury, Hood County, Texas, USA
October 1, 2017
Small brown praying mantis. Thorax has interesting shield shaped protrusion.

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Praying mantis - Oligonicella scudderi - male Praying mantis - Oligonicella scudderi - male

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Thanks you! That was quick!
Thank you! That was quick! Is it fully grown?

 
Yes
It is an adult male. Only adult insects have wings.

 
Yes, adult insects do have wings...
...that is true. However, it's also true that immature insects have wings as well. They are just not fully developed.

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