Molecular Biology and Genetics
Statistics of barcoding coverage
Specimens with Sequences:120
Specimens with Barcodes:100
Species With Barcodes:52
Hymenopodidae is a family of the order Mantodea (mantises), which contains four subfamilies. Some of the species in this family mimic flowers and are found camouflaged among them; these are called Flower Mantises. The coloration is aggressive mimicry, luring prey to approach close enough to be seized and eaten.
Adult female Chlidonoptera vexillum.
Adult female Pseudocreobotra wahlbergii
Adult male Creobroter gemmatus
Dead adult female Creobroter gemmatus
Adult female Acromantis japonica
Four dead adult female Hymenopus coronatus
Dead adult male Hymenopus coronatus
Sub-adult female Hymenopus coronatus head
Sub-adult female Hymenopus coronatus
Sub-adult female Hymenopus coronatus eating
Adult female Ceratomantis saussurii
Two adult female Phyllocrania paradoxa
Male Phyllocrania paradoxa, probably sub-adult
Adult female Hestiasula brunneriana
Mating pair of Pseudoharpax virescens
Pseudoharpax virescens hatching
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