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    Metatoxodera subparrallela ootheca hatching

    Metatoxodera subparrallela ootheca hatching. Captive bred ootheca produced first nymph cool 68 F degrees early morning. This is a first for USA mantis, the 1/2" (1.2cm)  moss like nymph. seems hearty hunting already for D. melanogaster 

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    AKA #9 Spiny Flower mantis

    "Bioactive Habitat Ultimate for Praying Mantis"

    Brunneria borealis, common name Brunner's mantis, Brunner's stick mantis, or northern grass mantis, is a species of praying mantis native to the southern United States. It is the only mantis species known to reproduce solely through parthenogenesis; there are no males.

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    'Nano bioactive habitat''

    USmantis in Vegas

    “We had our fun last night.”

    Idolomantis

    AKA #9 Spiny Flower mantis

    "Bioactive Habitat Ultimate for Praying Mantis"

    Brunneria borealis, common name Brunner's mantis, Brunner's stick mantis, or northern grass mantis, is a species of praying mantis native to the southern United States. It is the only mantis species known to reproduce solely through parthenogenesis; there are no males.

    ''Springtails in Clay''

    'Nano bioactive habitat''

    USmantis in Vegas

    “We had our fun last night.”

    Idolomantis

    AKA #9 Spiny Flower mantis

    "Bioactive Habitat Ultimate for Praying Mantis"

    Brunneria borealis, common name Brunner's mantis, Brunner's stick mantis, or northern grass mantis, is a species of praying mantis native to the southern United States. It is the only mantis species known to reproduce solely through parthenogenesis; there are no males.

    ''Springtails in Clay''

    'Nano bioactive habitat''

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