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Bolbe nigra

Black Ground Mantid

20mm long fast moving, ground dwelling mantid. This is a winged male. The female is wingless. Identified from Roger Farrow's book Insects of South-Eastern Australia, p. 211

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20mm long dark coloured body, fore femur orange

Species information

  • Bolbe nigra Scientific name
  • Black Ground Mantid Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive

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