Miomantis caffra oothecae and live nymphs. A. Female nymph, green and brown form (Wollongong, New South Wales); B. Male nymph, green and brown form (Shenton Park, Western Australia); C. Male nymph, brown form (Grovedale, Victoria); D. Female nymph, green form (Frankston North, Victoria); E. Male nymph, green form (Grovedale, Victoria); F. Male nymph showing forearm (Grovedale, Victoria); G. Male nymph feeding on the native Australian hemipteran Dindymus versicolor (Clifton Springs, Victoria); H. Male nymph showing forearm (Grovedale, Victoria); I. Live ootheca (Brunswick East, Victoria); J. Live ootheca (Brighton, Victoria); K. First instar nymph (Merri Creek, Victoria); L. Hatched, degraded ootheca (Kirribilli, New South Wales). A. Taken by Luke N. Quinane; B. Taken by Kimberley A. Smith; C, E, F, H. Taken by Adam Edmonds; D. Taken by Brendon Quan; G. Taken by Kelly Clitheroe; I. Taken by mtreikoy; J. Taken by Kenneth L. Walker; K. Taken by Matthew G. Connors; L. Taken by Ishbel Morag Miller. Image I courtesy of iNaturalist user mtreikoy, CC BY-NC 4.0 (original available at https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/54795470).

  Part of: Connors MG, Chen H, Li H, Edmonds A, Smith KA, Gell C, Clitheroe K, Miller IM, Walker KL, Nunn JS, Nguyen L, Quinane LN, Andreoli CM, Galea JA, Quan B, Sandiford K, Wallis B, Anderson ML, Canziani EV, Craven J, Hakim RRC, Lowther R, Maneylaws C, Menz BA, Newman J, Perkins HD, Smith AR, Webber VH, Wishart D (2022) ´╗┐Citizen scientists track a charismatic carnivore: Mapping the spread and impact of the South African Mantis (Miomantidae, Miomantis caffra) in Australia. Journal of Orthoptera Research 31(1): 69-82. https://doi.org/10.3897/jor.31.79332