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Description: A praying mantis nymph (approx. 4mm long) on the index finger of an adult woman. Photographed in Tel-Aviv, Israel on May 25th 2006. I am the photographer and I give permission to use this photograph, though I would appreciate being notified if you intend to use it. This is most likely a Green mantis (Sphodromantis viridis), given where and when it was found, as well as the shape of the "belly". Minutes earlier I also photographed and this is one of the nymphs portrayed there.
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