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[17] Scott wrote at 28.04.2018 - 12:28

Thank you for the information provided on this website; it has been of great help in determining whether or not the species of mantis I am raising can reproduce asexually or not. From what I can tell, (Miomantis caffra) can indeed reproduce without prior contact with a male.

[16] Serle wrote at 17.12.2016 - 04:40

A new line of info, marvelous .

[15] Kuba wrote at 10.07.2016 - 15:23

Amazing webside ;) great work guys :)

[14] Digger wrote at 01.06.2016 - 05:41

Just acquired some Taumantis sigiana nymphs. Hard to find concise information on this sp. Your info sheet was very helpful.

[13] Greg wrote at 31.12.2015 - 11:40

Great work

[12] Rory wrote at 03.07.2014 - 23:57

The most helpful site i have come across in ages, thank you.

[11] Bobbie wrote at 10.05.2013 - 12:13

Wonderful site. Thank you for your contribution. Great for students.

[10] Staysha wrote at 03.10.2012 - 08:51

It's a real plaseure to find someone who can think like that

[9] everybody wrote at 23.09.2012 - 11:49

yes, it is a good site,but some informations are not real (example the hatching of the ooths)

Comment from Mantisonline:
Which information do you mean exactly? Since we've breeded every species that we describe, these information are based up on our own experience.

[8] Delores wrote at 16.04.2012 - 04:32

This is a good site, but it should have more Australian genus and species in it.

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