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Japanese Boxer Mantis

Japanese Boxer Mantis
Acromantis japonica

A fascinating species of mantis which when startled will rotate its arms in arcs, this resembles that of a boxer. Described by John Obadiah Westwood in 1889.

OriginJapan, Korea, Taiwan, China
EnvironmentBushes, Trees, Sparse Vegetation
Adult SizeUp to 3cm
LifespanApprox 1 year
Food TypeFruit flies, Curly-wing flies

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