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Chinese Mantid also called Praying Mantis (Tenodera aridifolia)
Photo taken in Orange County, North Carolina on September 20, 2002 in my yard.

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Shirley "B" Mcdaniel - Oct 31, 2015 01:22 AM EDT
I have plenty of "PRAYING MANTIS'S in my Flower garden...& "BIG ONES...One pinched me because they can't bite!
Guest - Aug 23, 2005 10:55 PM EDT
Awesome! How did you get it? The Mantis is such a great stalker and predator...knows how to hide and how to escape the paparazzi! LOL!
Guest - Apr 05, 2005 07:41 PM EDT
This is great!! About 10 minutes ago I removed the spider's web that was too close to a female mantis, just like this one. She's swollen with eggs and about to build the white casing to house her brood till they hatch. I'm hoping to finally get a decent shot of a mantis (a photo as good as yours, Dephoto, would be a total joy - and if I can get one of her squeezing out the casing... well, enough said :)
Guest - Apr 05, 2005 06:24 PM EDT
This photo was actually a bonus photo. When I shot it there was 7-8 Spring Peepers (small frogs)that had just left the pond and still had short tails. This mantis was on the same tree leaves as they were. Hope it wasn't looking for a meal of the frogs.
Guest - Apr 05, 2005 06:13 PM EDT
These guys are amazing. I have seen them in my yard but never got a picture like this . Wow!

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