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Nature at work

Uploaded by: cyriously68

Thursday October 4, 2012

Shamong, NJ (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: The praying mantis I found yesterday was today busy laying eggs. That's something I've never seen before.

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2. kitkat5150
9:48 PM GMT on October 04, 2012
Beautiful and detailed photo. My sister used to work in a building that had landscaped terraces around all 3 floors and when the gardeners pruned the various trees each year, if they found mantis egg cases, they would snip that piece of the branch and leave them on the window ledges for the employees to pick up and take home for their yards/gardens. My sister always had hundreds of mantis' in her yard.
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1. gingyb
9:02 PM GMT on October 04, 2012
Fantastic capture
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cyriously68

Hello everyone. My name is Ed and I'm a retired teacher living in southern New Jersey. I was born and raised in Indiana and ended up in New Jersey thanks to the U.S. Army. I found this site a couple years ago and I have enjoyed the great photos from all over the world that you are sending in. I thank all of you for viewing and commenting on my contributions.

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