Thursday, August 19, 2010

Praying Mantis

Can you find the Praying Mantis?
It really does blend in with the green leaves.So amazing!

The Praying Mantis eats other insects.

Maybe it should be called the Preying Mantis.

They are close relatives to the termite.

The are often confused with the Katydid and Grasshoppers.

Hope you enjoyed this little science lesson!

ENJOY...

Dogwood/Cory

8 comments:

Jo said...

I've never heard of the katydid! Such a sweet name for something that, well, only a mother could love. Thanks for the nature lesson! x

Theresa said...

I can see it, it is kinda like Where's Waldo, katydid style:) Have a blessed day! HUGS!

Catherine said...

I've never heard or seen such a thing ~ thank you for teaching and showing me something new! :)

~*~ saskia ~*~ said...

Aww, we must be enjoying these last days of Summer to the max, don't we Cory?
Have a most wonderful weekend! xx

A Spoonful Of Sugar said...

What a great photo - it is hard to miss camouflaged insects like that.

GARAGE SALE GAL said...

Cool photo :)
Very awesome poem in the other post.
I hope Rachel decides soon...I'm in the crafting mood!
Happy Day!
Deb :)

bad penny said...

They are facinating aren't they. Like old men doing T'ai Chi !!!

Jeanie said...

Preying Mantis! Ha! Very good indeed!