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  1. MantidBro


    From the album: Phyllocrania paradoxa

    She likes hanging out at the top of her cages and containers.

    © Alexander White

  2. MantidBro

    Mostro 3

    From the album: Phyllocrania paradoxa

    Here is the male hanging around in an all-natural cage.

    © Alexander White

  3. MantidBro

    Mostro 2

    From the album: Phyllocrania paradoxa

    He's hyper!

    © Alexander White

  4. MantidBro


    From the album: Phyllocrania paradoxa

    Here is the male, Mostro (which is Italian for 'monster').

    © Alexander White

  5. I went upstairs to my bugroom and noticed a ghost mantis had its back legs stuck in its old skin. I helped it get out but it is very weak. Then, I went to feed them fruitflies, all the media falls in the container. None of the 8 ghosties were hurt and 5 are now L3.
  6. These guys are beautiful and about the size of a pea at L2. They don't stay still, so taking pics is hard, but here are a few decent ones:
  7. It's a bird... it's a plane... No, it's my adult male P. paradoxa, Superman, making his way south and west to sunny Arizona and his new home with Phil and his presumably gorgeous P. paradoxa girls! I packed him up and sent him off via Express mail yesterday. He doesn't have a clue about this pre-arranged polygamous marriage Phil and I have planned for him. But he will find out soon! Hot young P. paradoxa babes eager to mate, and living the good life through his retirement in Yuma. For what more could a single young P. paradoxa stud wish?!! I've very much enjoyed raising him from a nymph of L2/L3. And though I felt a slight twinge of sadness sending him off and will miss him, I have hopeful expectations of him fulfilling his adult male duties, and know he will have the best of care for the rest of his days. I took a bunch of pics of him before sending him off. To my mind, he sure is a handsome little guy! I hope he spreads his genes to carry on... I intended to post pics today of him, but haven't had time to do it. Will upload and edit this entry adding them in here soon hopefully! (Will put the pictures in this date's entry to keep things streamlined and organized... even if I'm currently not!
  8. I'd taken some pics of Superman (male, L6 Phyllocrania paradoxa - Ghost Mantis) the other day. I love his crest... it's so high and craggy! His name is a paradox (haha)... he's a survivor, but somewhat of a wimp! If I had to ascribe a human term to him, I'd call him a "gentleman."
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