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Old 25th of August 2003 (Mon)   #1
Don Ellis
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Default Death in Midstep

The other morning I found this large (5 inch, 12.7cm) preying mantis dead in our evergreen tree, caught in midstep from one branch to another...



This is the first year I’ve seen the older ones dying off so close to one another, and the younger ones springing up to replace them.

Which reminds me... I think I’d better get moving.

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Default Re: Death in Midstep

Well captured. I sure hope I can be active till the end.

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