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A pretty little pink and white mantis around half an inch in size.
Mantenga nature Reserve in the middle veld region of Swaziland
thanks everyone for favouriting this little mantis, and for all the lovely comments.
Dan, Tina and I discussed which photo to use as the top one and it was a toss up between the first and second, but we decided it was easier to see what it was in the first photo. Hard to get a photo of its eyes, it kept turning its head away!
Thank you ForestDragon for making that mission. I entered my little mantis!
I just love these mantids! They are so beautiful! There is a global mantid mission now! http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/1573...
thanks everyone for the kind comments and the fav's... Not much internet here in Swaziland, so I can't reply individually.
Wow...speechless in admiration...of the species and the photograph.
I am little late, but this is fantastic! Congratulations!
Stunning creature and great shots Pam. Congrats.
Fantastic spotting pam and congrats!
Pam,your Africa "recolt" is awesome :-) just to much beautiful insect,looks "impossible,evolution is amazing,congrats on this so well deserved SOTD and thanks for sharing such a great spotting page
awesome !!! loved it .... congrats Pamsai :)
Very beautiful spotting... Congrats to you pamsai!!
Wonderful series! Congratulations!
Very nice shots and amazingly beautiful little nymph!
What a great-looking mantid - and wonderful photos ! Congratulations, Pam !!.
Congratulations on the SOTD, I am happy Swaziland offered up something so special for you!
Wow Pam! Just unbelievable. Love it. Beautiful photographs.
Is this for real?!
so gorgeous!!! congrats on the well deserved SOTD :)
Such an incredibly beautiful Mantis nymph! You must be proud to have such a lovely image in your collection.
Congrats on the SOTD Pam ... love it!
Spotted on Apr 10, 2014 Submitted on Apr 16, 2014
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