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    Two new adult female bark mantids...one of them isn't going to make it I don't think (something went wrong with her laying ooths), but another female has just matured too
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    One of the Creobroter ooths hatched...unfortunately, only 2 nymphs, and only one still lives
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    Is taking photos like this considered being a Peeping Tom?
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    The boys are handsome though
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    Quote Originally Posted by hcarlton View Post
    Is taking photos like this considered being a Peeping Tom?

    The boys are handsome though
    Did they get eaten?
    Last edited by thez_yo; 06-19-2020 at 06:27 AM.

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    No. The trio photo was after the oldest paired up. Ghosts are among the least cannibalistic species (it happens, but not as often).
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    I love praying matis’. Some live outside my house and if I see one that’s in a bad location(ex. the middle of my driveway) I’ll relocate it in my garden. I also love seeing all the babies, but seeing them eat each other... not so much.

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