New Mantids ready to go!

New Mantids!

Hi everyone, just a quick message to let you know i have some new Mantids ready and waiting for you 🙂

Please feel free to contact me or leave a comment below regarding these and/or any other aspects of Mantis care and/or breeding, i’m more than happy to try and help if i can.

Don’t forget to check out the ‘Praying Mantis for Sale‘ page for all available Mantids 🙂

The latest couple of species available are;

Hierodula sp ‘Blue’ (Malaysian Mantis) (2nd instar) (click image to be transported to the sale page of this species).

Hierodula sp 'Blue' (Malaysian Mantis)

Hierodula sp ‘Blue’ (Malaysian Mantis) (3rd instar nymph)

The above image represents the Mantis as it is now available. However, the image below represents this stunning species as an adult (click image to be transported to the sale page of this species).

Hierodula sp 'Blue' (Malaysian Mantis)

Hierodula sp ‘Blue’ (Malaysian Mantis) (Adult Female)

Also newly available is Hierodula sp ‘Golden’ (Indonesian Mantis) (4th instar) (click image to be transported to the sale page of this species).

Hierodula sp 'Golden' (Indonesian Mantis)

Hierodula sp ‘Golden’ (Indonesian Mantis) (4th instar)

More images of the above species and much more can be found on my Flickr photostream.

Thanks for being here 🙂 I hope to here from you soon!

Happy Mantis Day!

Mitch


Comments

New Mantids ready to go! — 2 Comments

  1. Hello! First time wanting to buy mantids. I’m based in Ireland and they’re isn’t any petshop here that sells them. A male and a female of a specific mantid breed I’d like to buy. Is it best to buy them in nymph stage,L1,L2,etc.. before they reach adulthood??

    • Hi Glenn,

      Sorry for the late reply, i’m currently in the process of overhauling the website, so i’ve been on lock down for a while.

      I currently have sexed pairs of Phyllocrania paradoxa (Ghost Mantis) available at 3rd or 4th instars. It’s probably best to get younger ones to start with, just so you can gain a little experience at handling them, and general husbandry etc…

      Mitch.

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