Has anyone seen this type of problem with their mantis? This is a T. sinensis who hatched May 19th and has had his third molt (not including hatch as a molt). It was always the strongest and fastest growing among the ones I kept. The last molt was June 13th. Then I noticed on the 16th that, although he appeared hungry and struck at prey, he was not eating. The day after that, I noticed the rear end with sticky reddish fluid (no odor to it) and the angry red color shown on the image. He was still just eating fruit flies. The red worked its’ way up the nymph’s body (from just the tip all the way to what you see). The area posterior to (below) started to flatten. I have only seen this in “floppers” who develop a stricture and can no longer pass food through their gut. I have never seen this particular individual “flop.” On the morning of June 19th, I noticed he was having what looked like seizure activity. Am just giving him water (he doesn’t even want that). Sadly, he won’t make it. Does anyone have any idea of what this could be?