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Hymenopus coronatus

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Hymenopus coronatus, also called H. bicornis, is a mantis from the rain forests of Southeast Asia. It is known by various common names including walking flower mantis and (pink) orchid mantis.

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Dec 5, 2012 ... Hymenopus coronatus (Malaysian Orchid Mantis) pre-subadult females show off their intense coloring. Music by Precarious To use this video in ...

Orchid Mantis - Hymenopus coronatus | Keeping Insects

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Orchid Mantis, or Hymenopus coronatus, is a beautiful pink and white mantis with lobes on its legs that look like flower pentals. Although this species does not ...

Secrets of the orchid mantis revealed – it doesn't mimic an orchid ...

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Jan 27, 2015 ... Eschewing the drab green or brown of most mantises, the orchid mantis is resplendent in white and pink. The upper parts of its legs are greatly ...

The Bloodthirsty Truth of the Beautiful Orchid Mantis

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Jan 27, 2015 ... It was thought that the orchid mantis mimicked flowers for camouflage – but some clever experiments revealed the truth was much more ...

Praying Mantis Mimics Flower to Trick Prey – National Geographic ...

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Sep 25, 2013 ... It may look pretty, but this “orchid” actually has a trick under its, well, leaves—it's actually a praying mantis trying to get a meal. Until recently ...

Malaysian Orchid Mantis - Hymenopus coronatus : WAZA : World ...

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The orchid mantis is a praying mantis, which has got its name because it resembles the flower of an orchid with its four walking legs resembling flower petals.

Orchid mantises DON'T catch prey by mimicking a flower - it's their ...

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Jan 27, 2015 ... Researchers from Macquarie University, Australia found that the orchid mantis has no need to 'hide' in flowers, because it is attractive to insects ...

Terrifying 'Orchid Mantis' is Camouflaged to Look Exactly Like a Pink ...

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Dec 26, 2013 ... In an unparalleled feat of natural selection the Orchid Mantis (Hymenopus coronatus) from Southeast Asia has evolved to look almost exactly ...

Pollinator Deception in the Orchid Mantis.: The American Naturalist ...

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Mimicry of flowers has until now been demonstrated only in angiosperms, yet it has been hypothesized that the Malaysian orchid mantis Hymenopus coronatus ...

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5 Praying Mantis Species That Will Blow Your Mind (or Give You ...

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Sep 26, 2013 ... Not your average praying mantis, these variations are beautiful and creepy at ... Above and below: Hymenopus coronatus, the Orchid Mantis 2.

Unraveling the Orchid Mantis Mystery - Science Friday

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Apr 14, 2016 ... Orchid mantises—particularly juveniles—seem aptly named. They're predominantly white with pink or yellow accents, similar to some orchids ...

The Orchid Mantis: A pretty but deadly 'aggressive flower mimic ...

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Dec 2, 2013 ... The theory of the orchid mantis's nature as an “aggressive mimic”—a predator or parasite that imitates a typically harmless or attractive ...