Ms. carolina laid another ooth two nights ago. I thought I'd remove it and take it out this morning, but when I looked... it was gone! Then I noticed it on the bottom of the container. It was strange... it's the only one I've ever seen that dislodged by itself apparently, and fell down. Maybe since she's getting so old, her "sticky stuff" aint what it used to be.
More recent pics of her...
I see you, Mom!
Her poor old eyes in this pic!
Well used abdomen!
Noticed one or two of the Cilnia humeralis nymphs are molting from L1 to L2!
Made up some more ff cultures too.
Stagmomantis carolina - 1 adult f., 10 ooths (1 incubating, 9 in diapause)
Tenodera sinensis - ??? (lots!) L1 nymphs, 5 ooths (1 incubating, 4 in diapause)
Rhombodera sp. - 1 nymph (L4)
Hierodula membranacea - 2 nymphs (L5)
Phyllocrania paradoxa - 1 nymph (L5 m.), 1 ooth
Phyllovates chlorophaea - 15 nymphs (L3), 1 ooth
Brunneria borealis - 1 ooth
Statilia parva - approx. 25-30 nymphs (L2)
Pseudoharpax virescen - 2 ooths
Blepharopsis mendica - 7 nymphs (L2-L3)
Creobroter gemmatus - 7 nymphs (L1-L2)
Cilnia humeralis - 11 nympha (L1-L2)