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    RIP yankeeman1421

    I just started to get acquainted with Joey-he will be missed.
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    Humidity Levels for Texas Unicorn Mantis

    Thank you-good to have an experienced baseline.
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    nomenclature pet peeves?

    Thank you!
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    Humidity Levels for Texas Unicorn Mantis

    I have (4) nymphs of Phyllovates chlorophaea in (2) 8.5 net containers, and don't know the best range of humidity. Am going to cover the containers with plastic bags to maintain better humidity, leaving part of it open for ventilation. Looking for advice on % humidity.Thank you.
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    nomenclature pet peeves?

    Just to clarify:: Mantid/s for members of the Mantidae. Mantis/es for all other families.
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    How to Add Pictures to Posts

    Thank you for the identification and reference!
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    Other insect gallery

    Agapema dyari (Dyar's Silk Moth)
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    Greybeard

    Sorry for repeat threads-I'm still a little new with how they work.
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    Greybeard

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    How to Add Pictures to Posts

    Wild Choeradodis sp., Male, Southern Costa Rica, December 2018
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    Greybeard

    Thank you! I have a medium size mantis show up at my front porch light every September-not sure if this is Stagmomantis wheeleri. Will try to upload a pic that I took with my iPhone. In 2019 I had three of them at my porch light at once.
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    Greybeard

    Please check last thread on (page3) in the Tutorial Mantis photo group (How to add pictures to posts) and advise if it is Stagmomantis wheeleri. Thank you!
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    How to Add Pictures to Posts

    Is this Stagmomantis wheeleri? GREAT TUTORIAL-THANK YOU!!!
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    Greybeard

    Thank you! I have a medium size mantis show up at my front porch light every September-not sure if this is Stagmomantis wheeleri. Will try to upload a pic that I took with my iPhone. In 2019 I had three of them at my porch light at once. All I've ever seen are mature males. Good fliers.
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    Other insect gallery

    Libocedrus Sphinx Moth Larva L5 (Sphinx libocedrus)
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    Other insect gallery

    Juanita Sphinx Moth (Proserpinus juanita)
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    Other insect gallery

    Gloriosa Scarab Beetle (Chrysina gloriosa)
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    Greybeard

    That sure is true for me!
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    Is wild catching avoided in the mantid hobby?

    Hi, That's great, but I am not ready for adult mantids right yet-just getting re-started. Did you capture these in the wild? Also it is very hot, even for an Arizona species (103F-106F through next week). Thank you for the offer-much appreciated!
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    Greybeard

    Hello, I don't remember what my user name was in 2016; what I do remember was the nice and fun folks that I exchanged threads with-lots of exchanges about our mantids, ideas about rearing and more.
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