Orchid Mantis

pink orchid mantis Nature makes me happy and I love things unique. This is not a flower but a praying mantis that looks like a flower. SO fascinating and I just love them all

Ghost mantis. Photo: Cathy Keifer

9 of the most absurd-looking mantis species

Ghost mantis- cool mantis species that I used to keep they blend in so well they were hard to find on the plants I kept in their enclosure

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- EX by thienbs Creobroter gemmatus, common name Jeweled Flower Mantis or Indian Flower Mantis - (Cool! Happy faces on wings?

Dead leaf mantis (Deroplatys truncata) but really, he should be a member of Seal…

The Dead Leaf Mantis, Deroplatys Truncata, is a common name given to various species of Praying Mantis that mimic dead leaves. It is most often used in reference to species within genus Deroplatys because of their popularity as exotic pets.

Insect Camouflage

CHILDREN’S STICK INSECT Tropidoderus childrenii ©petrichor Child’s Stick is a species of stick insect found in Australia. Children’s stick insect being about 110 millimetres in) long can be quite.

Mantide religiosa foglia morta (Deroplatys truncata) www.dsd4life.com

The Dead Leaf Mantis, Deroplatys Truncata, is a common name given to various species of Praying Mantis that mimic dead leaves. It is most often used in reference to species within genus Deroplatys because of their popularity as exotic pets.

Spiny Flower Mantis (pseudocreobotra wahlbergii) ~ Click on through the large…

Spiny flower mantis (Pseudocreobotra wahlbergii ) just few hours before imaginal moulting - you can see the patterns on the compressed wings through the thin exoskleleton. Photo by Blepharopsis

Leaf insect in Pakke Tiger Reserve

Walking leaf insects are related to the walking sticks, but are in their own family (Phylliidae). As their name suggests, they have evolved to mimi


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