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    Hatching a mantis egg case

    From http://www.insectlore.com/xinsectuca..._egg_case.html
    I read At a room temperature of 67 - 78 degrees, they should hatch in 3 to 6 weeks.
    67-78?! wont they get cooked?

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    If you're in Celsius, they will most definitely be cooked

    In Fahrenheit it's a nice, pleasant temp range though.
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