Praying mantis?or some kind of mantis........not enough characters......
That my friend is a praying mantis. The head is very noticeable.
praying mantis, it should be, looks like it, definitely it is, positively.
It is the Mantodea, also known as the Praying Mantis. Praying mantis’ are related to grasshoppers and crickets, belonging to a family of insects called orthoptera (http://www.itsnature.org/ground/creepy- … g-mantis/.
Another very strange bug is the Stick Insect or "Walking Stick," known as Phasmida!
Go to: http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/a … k-insect/.
Praying mantis, everybody knows that. But did you know that (insert Esurance commercial of choice).
Google panda transformed into a praying mantis and seeking forgiveness for its transgressions against hub-pages and the authors
That's a Praying Mantis. They are great for the garden because they eat many harmful insects. Hope it's a female and she deposits her oblong egg sac in a safe place. Then next spring you'll have hundreds of tiny hungry babies to consume the insect pests.
Looks like a praying mantis to me. Must be one, since others seem to indentify it as such.
It's a Praying Mantis. I know because the picture was taken here before the 6 inches of snow came. (jk : )
Praying mantis. I saw one in past ouside on my window and took some pics...it's on my list to do research and maybe write a hub someday.
Cool lookin and cool name. :-)
It's a Praying mantis, and I think that there are even laws that prevent people from killing them.
by Silver Poet 11 years ago
Will a praying mantis bite if you pick it up?
by TheHoleStory 8 years ago
What type of a bug is this?It looks like it could be either some kind of a big ant or a poor bee that lost it's wings.
by TheHoleStory 11 years ago
What kind of a bowl is this?
by Paul Edmondson 5 years ago
What kind of bug is this?I found it on my back patio. It's large. Over 1 inch.
by lindajot 12 years ago
Do you have a favorite bug? What is it?
by Paul Edmondson 9 years ago
What kind of bug is this?These bugs are all over the side of our house. What are they and do they need to be exterminated?
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