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Photo#31001
English Mantid? - Mantis religiosa

English Mantid? - Mantis religiosa
Jim Thorpe, PA 18229, Carbon County, Pennsylvania, USA
September 7, 2004
Size: 4 inches approx
This one has the spots on the fore legs and I found it in the wild last year

Moved
Moved from Mantids.

European Mantis
I think this is the European Mantis

 
THe spots on the fore legs gi
THe spots on the fore legs give it away right?

Thanks

Jo

 
ID
I think so

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