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Tag Archives: praying mantis
Last week the question was: What predatory insect is hiding in this photo? There is a praying mantis hiding in this photo. These are great predators of lots of different insect and can be found all over South Carolina. The … Continue reading →
Last week the question was: What is this insect? This was a pretty easy one. Most folks are familiar with the South Carolina state insect, the Carolina Mantis. Mantids are great predators and feed on a variety of insects. They … Continue reading →
Last week the question was: What is this? This is a praying mantis ootheca (egg case). An ootheca can contain as many as 300 mantis eggs is made of a frothy secretion that hardens to protect the eggs. Once the … Continue reading →
Last week the question was: What are these? These are immature praying mantids that have just hatched out of their ootheca (egg mass). Praying mantids are beneficial insects and are valued as great predators of a large number of other … Continue reading →