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unknown mantid

Description: This is a mantid which i am not sure of its species.

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User: briantktsmishaft (see all of briantktsmishaft's photos)
Views: 2100
Date: 03/18/03
Filesize: 32.0k, 191.1 k, 697 X 918
Image URL: https://gallery.kingsnake.com/data/28504mantis3-med.jpg
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newyorkmantid

Registered: 04/2003
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It is a member of genus Parasphendale, species either agrionina or affinis. I don't know how to distinguish between the two species but I'm sure of the genus. It looks about ready to molt, too, so it will likely be an adult soon. Commonly known as the African Banded Mantis or Bud Wing Ground Mantis
04-01-2003 03:28AM View newyorkmantid's Profile  

wannabeemokid

Registered: 05/2003
Photos Uplaoded: 4
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it looks like jesus! Rating: 5/5 
05-20-2003 12:30AM View wannabeemokid's Profile  

UltAnoleMan

Registered: 07/2002
Photos Uplaoded: 18
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LoL its doing Trinity's Matrix style!! Rating: 4/5 
07-04-2003 05:26PM View UltAnoleMan's Profile  

JerseyDevil111

Registered: 07/2003
Location: new jersey
Photos Uplaoded: 27
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I have a collection of mostly kingsnakes and milksnakes over 30 in all and a collection of tarantulas also over 30 in all!

hi! cool pic!!! i was wondering??? I found a couple small i guess like two inch mandids!put them in seperate containers for now and one molted already.but their green and what i figure as a comon species here in south jersey.but are these hard to keep??? or is it wiser to order an asian giant or something as a beginner in keeping this insect???? Rating: 5/5 
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