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Don ­ Ellis
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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...

IMAGE: http://www.kleptography.com/dl/fm/mantis_midstep.jpg

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.

Don

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

regards,
peter

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