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  1. Granny's Mantis Mayhem

    Baby Humble

    From the album: Granny's Mantis Mayhem

    © Granny's Mantis Mayhem

  2. Today I tried to breed Humble & Humor and wow it was an epic fail. Thank goodness for @MantisGirl13 walking me through the process. Sadly there was no connection so at this point still no babies so we will try again tomorrow. Poor Humble was almost eaten several times smh so that was an adrenaline rush, he really tried but the female wasn't having it. So today I learned you need to have a lot of patience for the breeding aspect of this hobby and not to get so attached to the males Thankfully Humble is alive and well but I'm a bit worried about tomorrows try. I will never be able to leave them alone!!
  3. Granny's Mantis Mayhem

    Humble - Just Being Cute

    From the album: Granny's Mantis Mayhem

    © Granny's Mantis Mayhem

  4. Granny's Mantis Mayhem

    Humble - Trying to Catch Fish

    From the album: Granny's Mantis Mayhem

    © Granny's Mantis Mayhem

  5. Granny's Mantis Mayhem

    Humble - 24 hrs after adult molt

    From the album: Granny's Mantis Mayhem

    © Granny's Mantis Mayhem

  6. Granny's Mantis Mayhem

    Humble Sub Adult

    From the album: Granny's Mantis Mayhem

    © Granny's Mantis Mayhem

  7. Granny's Mantis Mayhem

    Humble in the Sun

    From the album: Granny's Mantis Mayhem

    © Granny's Mantis Mayhem

  8. From the album: 2016 Calendar

    adult female

    © Mantis Monarch 2015

  9. SkittishMale

    P. wahlbergii

    From the album: Spiny Flower Mantis (Pseudocreobotra wahlbergii)

    She's got her groove on with some twitchy arm movements!
  10. SkittishMale

    P. wahlbergii

    From the album: Spiny Flower Mantis (Pseudocreobotra wahlbergii)

    "Karma" out for a walk on my finger.
  11. SkittishMale

    P. wahlbergii

    From the album: Spiny Flower Mantis (Pseudocreobotra wahlbergii)

    Just chilling on an artificial Kousa Dogwood flower.
  12. SkittishMale

    L5 female P. wahlbergii named "Karma"

    From the album: Spiny Flower Mantis (Pseudocreobotra wahlbergii)

    I kept her in the deli cup that I bought her in until she molted but I had to give her a better ventilated lid.
  13. SkittishMale

    L5 female P. wahlbergii named "Karma"

    From the album: Spiny Flower Mantis (Pseudocreobotra wahlbergii)

    Yet another angle. This time focusing on her uniquely shaped eyes.
  14. SkittishMale

    L5 female P. wahlbergii named "Karma"

    From the album: Spiny Flower Mantis (Pseudocreobotra wahlbergii)

    Here, she is on green and pink mottled artificial foliage that came in the deli cup with her when I bought her. The substrate she came with was Sphagnum moss.
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