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The Wolven

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This is Macchiato. We had a love-hate relationship. This is also the one that smacked into the ceiling fan. He was quite aloof and skittish but still had enough anger to fight the gods. Less than 2 inches of pent up rage is what I'd define him as. 

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Mocha's my pretty girl whose now an old grouch. She can't hardly grip onto anything but can still zoom when she wants to. Absolutely will not let go of food.

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Cortado is an Otomantis (Boxer Mantis) and has proven to be my chill baby. She's L4. I have 3 other babies to take pictures of. Another Otomantis, and a Galinthias (African Flower). 

 
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The Wolven

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Cappuccino nomming on some maggots. Still waiting for my fruit fly culture to revive.

 

The Wolven

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Meet Pumpkin Spice! He/she is a is an L2 Galinthias that likes to n y o o m. 

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This girl here is Affogato! Got her from PanterraPets and am quite happy. She's feistier than I expected for a Ghost. I'm not entirely sure what instar she is but my guess is L4, maybe L3? Either way she's cute and I really want to change my title to the Mantis Cafe. TwT 

 

The Wolven

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Here’s Cinnamon! She’s one of my ghosts I received from MystyMantis.
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Maudie here is an Elmantis.
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Arabica! He’s easily spooked and can knock himself on his back when he’s trying to do his little stick pose.
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Got a small Otomantis hiding here but she’s mean. She likes to grab her cotton pad when I change them out. Her name is Cortado
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Kiwi here is her soon to be boyfriend and hopefully not lunch. I need him alive.
 

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