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  1. Tenodera sinensis (Chinese Mantis) Introduction When asked to envision the stereotypical praying mantis, many Americans conjure up the image of Tenodera sinensis. Along with cousin, T. augustipennis, it's known also as the Chinese mantis. Impressive size coupled with commonness—at least in the eastern half of the US—have influenced this standing. Yet for a child, common doesn't necessarily equate to run of the mill, and such insects are prized for their otherworldly appearance, fascinating behavior, and endearing mannerisms. As the common name implies, the Chinese mantis will always be alie
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  2. Hierodula sp. have became increasingly popular. Specifically the brightly colored H. Majuscla. Also, Rhombodera sp. If anyone could make one, that would be great!
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  3. Introduction Species: Heterochaeta cf occidentalis Common name: Giant African Stick mantis / cat-eye mantis / 'Chaeta Physical description: 'chaeta is among the largest species of preying mantis kept in captivity, some documented over half a foot long. 'Chaeta is a stick mimic, with it's long and slender appearance, strikingly resembling a part of a branch. 'Chaeta has two conical protrusions on top of both eyes that are distinguished even from the hatchling stage. Chaeta generally has a medium to dark brown coloration and sometimes developes tinges of green, usually on the femu
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  4. Nooooooo. Not for beginners. Beginners always overspray.
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