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Discussion in 'Insects, Other Invertebrates & Arthropods' started by basin79, Aug 26, 2016.
My last surviving Psytalla horrida.
Something was odd about these. Lost loads. Ended up with 2. Received them on the 23rd July 2016. Lost the other one recently. It still hadn't moulted to adulthood.
Sadly these are too dark.
Made them black and white.
FAO @miss moxie the hopeless romantic.
Theirs was a love that was never meant to last...
And it didn't. Domestic violence? Domestic devouring.
Awesome bugs, I've been looking at videos of P. horrida today and I'm thinking of getting some soon. Love the colors on them.
They're absolutely fantastic. The adults are just something else. Massive (for assassins) and the spines are unreal.
Often overlooked and just tossed into your pet's enclosure but the humble locust is a beautiful invert.
New pet!!!!!!!! L4 Rhombodera basalis. Didn't want to stress her out so just grabbed a few quick pics.
Beautiful, I just love mantids. Those little faces It's too bad they don't have longer lives.
I own mantises myself. They are like flowers, keep growing the plant and hopefully they'll grow for you for decades!
Except they die after 12 months. Seems a massive waste but mother nature knows what she's doing.
Lol, I mean breed like a group of them and get offspring off of them.