Phyllocrania paradoxa (Ghost Mantis)

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Montana_Mantids

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These are photos of this wonderful species. Some of these photos are of my nymphs/adults from in the past and the newer ones are from some of Jaunte’s nymphs. Phyllocrania paradoxa is from Madagascar, and is one of the best nymphs for beginners. They are relatively flexible for heat and humidity unlike some other species in the hobby. They are a slow growing, long lived species that is just amazing to look at. They disappear amongst leaf litter hence the name. Enjoy!

-Alex
 
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