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By Sakaaaaa
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Today I was looking at my orchids and I spotted this guy. I instantly remembered the wooden mantis. But now "his son" (This ones smaller) is here. Now I want to know where they're coming from!! Same species, Toxodera Denticulata... or Toxodera sp.... I wonder if there is a sort of mantis "house" up in the wax apple tree.
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And on my tree:
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Directly on bark:
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Some people pay $$$$$ for these and I get them for free :P I'm hoping to see a violin bug or dynastid/atlas beetle soon.
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