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Photo#2107786
What kind of Mantis?

What kind of Mantis?
Tennessee, USA
April 15, 2022
Size: 0.5"
Anyone know what kind of mantis this is?

Frassed
Moved from True Bugs.

ID has been given and the image isn't needed for the Guide. It will be visible here for at least 30 days before being removed by the system.

Not a mantis...
It's an assassin bug in the genus Sinea.

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