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Praying mantis

Postby mmdiego » Wed Sep 07, 2011 11:04 pm

Hey everyone this is a picture of my praying mantis henry who laid some eggs on anti-venom. I let her roam around the house but i was never expecting her to lay eggs because i always thought she was a male due to her small size. So in about 5 months i should have roughly 400 grand kids. Which im very happy about but i really really was goign to customize anti venom. well 5 months gives me plenty of time to come up with some ideas. Thanks for reading and take care everyone :)

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Re: Praying mantis

Postby Darththomas » Thu Sep 08, 2011 2:23 am

Hahaha, that's funny man, you gotta wonder, why chose there to lay your eggs??, maybe a name change is in order, Henrietta?. Grats though on nearly becoming a grand parent :D .
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Re: Praying mantis

Postby Patraw » Thu Sep 08, 2011 8:32 am

In five months, with Anti-Venom as the presumed daddy, I fear you're going to have 400 mantis hybrid horrors--I'd stock up on shotgun shells if I were you. :lol: In all seriousness, that is a weird spot to lay a clutch of eggs, although, to an insect's eyes, I suppose an action figure doesn't register as anything unusual in its environment.
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Re: Praying mantis

Postby cosmicfantasycustoms » Thu Sep 08, 2011 10:31 am

that is totally awesome, congratulations.
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Re: Praying mantis

Postby mmdiego » Thu Sep 08, 2011 1:29 pm

Hey thanks darththomas, patraw, and cosmicfantasy customs for your awesome replies. haha yeah i think her name will become henrittia lol and i have no clue why she laid her eggs there. lol and i hope they dont come out too creepy with anti venom in the mix lol thanks again guys :)
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Re: Praying mantis

Postby getsa » Fri Sep 09, 2011 1:35 am

what is it with insects and action figures anyways? i've got some loose figs that have these yellowish cluster of spots on them... i'm thinking either roach's or spider's crap. :x

well i'm sure that praying mantis-anti venom hybrids would look cool man. hehe! and instead of stocking up on shotgun shells or weapons, maybe it's a better idea if you leave the house now. it's for your own safety man.. don't say i didn't warn you. hehe!
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Re: Praying mantis

Postby ole jade jaw » Fri Sep 09, 2011 4:14 pm

That is awesome, in an odd, creepy way. I'm sure you've thought of it already, but I'd make sure that thing is nowhere near the house when it hatches. If not, you'd have the makings of a wes craven movie on your hands. Good luck and where should we send the teeny tiny baby cloths?
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Re: Praying mantis

Postby mmdiego » Wed Sep 14, 2011 1:58 pm

getsa wrote:what is it with insects and action figures anyways? i've got some loose figs that have these yellowish cluster of spots on them... i'm thinking either roach's or spider's crap. :x

well i'm sure that praying mantis-anti venom hybrids would look cool man. hehe! and instead of stocking up on shotgun shells or weapons, maybe it's a better idea if you leave the house now. it's for your own safety man.. don't say i didn't warn you. hehe!


haha i have no idea but insects can adapt to almost anything. They might be roaches but you would know if you have roaches. Check your kitchen mostly like behind pictures and food. if they are yellow/brown dots everywhere then you might have roaches. As for the spiders they crap on thier own webbing. Are your figures near a window because they might be turning yellow cuase of that too. haha i dont have to leav ethe house for a few months so i think ill be safe until then.
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Re: Praying mantis

Postby mmdiego » Wed Sep 14, 2011 2:01 pm

ole jade jaw wrote:That is awesome, in an odd, creepy way. I'm sure you've thought of it already, but I'd make sure that thing is nowhere near the house when it hatches. If not, you'd have the makings of a wes craven movie on your hands. Good luck and where should we send the teeny tiny baby cloths?


It is awesome and i cant wait to see the results. i did think of it and i didnt want to put it outside because im not sure on the day they will hatch, so i bought a fish tank with a lid and put them in there with the figure. She eats plenty of bugs so she is nice and fat. haha just send it to my address and ill pay withyou paypal lol
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