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Photo#586031
what kind of praying mantis is this please? - Iris oratoria - female

what kind of praying mantis is this please? - Iris oratoria - Female
Santee, San Diego County, California, USA
September 21, 2011
Size: couple inches

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what kind of praying mantis is this please? - Iris oratoria - female what kind of praying mantis is this please? - Iris oratoria - female what kind of praying mantis is this please? - Iris oratoria - female

looks more like stagmomantis
This is a sub adult female Stagmomantis limbata due to the narrow lower pronotum which widens out a lot near the head.

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