LIVE PRAYING MANTISES:
Praying Mantis Egg Case
Praying Mantis Kit
MANTIS FOOD - Nymph:
Flightless Fruit Flies
Wingless Fruit Flies
Silkworms - Extra Small
Fruit Fly Larvae
Rice Flour Beetles & Larvae
MANTIS FOOD - Adult:
Silkworms - Small/Medium
Feeder Egg Case
Superworms - Large
PRAYING MANTIS SUPPLIES:
MANTIS - EDUCATIONAL:
Mantid Life Cycle Figures
Frequently Asked Questions
Living Praying Mantises|
Purchase one or several of our praying mantis juveniles and you won't have to wait for your egg case to hatch.
They eat small living insects, which you will
either need to have on hand or you will need to order. We recommend d. Hydei flightless
fruit flies for these youngsters (please see menu at the left to order).
Living CHINESE Praying Mantis
The Chinese mantis (Tenodera sinensis) will reach 3-5 inches when fully grown.
It ranges in color from green to light brown, depending of the time of its last molt (skin shedding). The Chinese mantis
is probably the most common species of mantis used for garden pest control and is most commonly available in many parts of the country.
Originating from China, they were first introduced to North America around 1895 as a source of pest control.
The species has since naturalized itself in this country, spreading throughout much of southern New England and
the Northeast United States and is available in many other
parts of the country.
SALE- 12 Juvenile Mantises
* These juveniles are currently L4, meaning they have molted three times so far.
* We will send you 2 praying mantises for each 1 you order. In case one dies during shipment, you'll still have the one you ordered. Both will
likely make it, so you'll have double the fun!
IMPORTANT: This offer does not apply to the
The 12 Sale we sometimes run (12 is the number you will receive) or the Kits with Live Mantids (2 is the number you will receive).
* Please note: Praying mantids must be consistently fed, misted and taken proper care of. While we do guarantee live delivery under
most situations (please read our live guarantee here), we do not
guarantee that the mantids will continue to live once out of our care and control. But don't worry, as long as you follow
the directions, they should be just fine.