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: USDA Approved Praying Mantis Insects are in stock but will not be shipped during January to Febuary 2015 to prevent freezing as temperatures are expected to be colder than normal this winter
Normally, Praying Mantis insects ship during all seasons, hot or cold weather shipping is not a problem, but this year, 2015, no shipments are to be made for Jan-Feb.
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BASIC PRAYING MANTIS CARE INSTRUCTIONS : The USDA approved mantis insects offered here are easy to raise. They are kept at room temperature, they require no special mats, lights or containers and can be fed with feeder insects from your local pet store, or placed on plants where small pets insects are abundant. Mantis insects are shipped to you in temporary containers, they will need a container upgrade within a couple of weeks of arrival. Don't spend too much money on containers if you don't need to, you can make a container for a mantis with a 32 ounce clear deli container and a screen lid. If you need to order containers be sure to return here to livemantis.com any time, containers are offered further down this page and also after completion of your order for praying mantis insects.
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IF YOU CAN NOT BUY PRAYING MANTIS FOOD AT YOUR LOCAL PET STORE ORDER HERE : The first type of feeder insects you will need to feed your mantis is the wingless or flightless fruit fly species. USDA/APHIS approved Hybrid wingless fruit flies can not fly and will not populate in your home. No care needs to be provided for the fruit flies. Fruit flies are self sustaining and require no care on your part. You just keep them at room temperature (about 72 degrees) One culture is enough to feed up to 20 L1 or L2 size mantids for about 2 - 4 weeks! Simply tap about 4 to 12 fruit flies into the mantis container every 2 days or so for young mantids until they outgrow the food at which time you will need to graduate the mantids to eating crickets and other larger insects. You can obtain fruit f lies and crickets at your local pet store. Feeder insects are inexpensive and require no care
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If you plan to release the mantis insects in an area where there are pest insects, you will not need a food supply for them. If you plan to keep the mantis insects in containers, the praying mantis food offered below is an excellent first food source for your mantis insects.
Buy a 4-6 week supply of praying mantis food. The food source is a self sustaining culture of hybrid fruit flies. The fruit flies can not fly, they are special lab bred flies that are easy to handle. It is simple to feed the mantis. Simply supply a few flies every other day. About 4 or 5 fruit flies per feeding. There is no care required for keeping the fruit flies, the culture contains the vitamin mix and the fruit flies reproduce and live for about 4 weeks. After 3 weeks it is a good idea to reorder food. After two cultures, the mantis insects will graduate to small crickets, which are usually offered at most pest stores for about $1 per dozen. Order the first food for mantis insects by clicking on the buy now link below. The 4 week supply of food for up to 50 mantis insects is $21 with free shipping
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It is important to mention to those who are new to raising praying mantis insects that the mantis insects offered here are legal in the United States. Keep in mind that some types / species' of the praying mantis are not allowed in the United States and are illegal according to U.S. Federal Law. A very short illegal mantis list of the species which are not allowed in the United States are : Ghost Mantis (The Ghost Mantis is illegal under U.S. Federal Law) Orchid Mantis (The Orchid Mantis is illegal under U.S. Federal Law) Devils Flower Mantis (The Devils Flower Mantis is illegal under U.S. Federal Law) Wondering Violin Mantis (The Wondering Violin Mantis is illegal under U.S. Federal Law) #9 Mantis (The #9 Flower Mantis illegal under U.S. Federal Law) The Egyptian Mantis (The Egyptian Mantis is illegal under U.S. Federal Law) .... The illegal mantis list list would contain nearly 2000 types of praying mantis insect which are illegal in the United States! The mantis is completely harmless, no type of mantis is dangerous to humans. The reason the tropical and other exotic types of mantis are illegal is that that harbor pathogens to which U.S. Native Trees are not immune. If you have any doubts that those species of praying mantis are illegal, feel free to contact USDA/APHIS to verify this information! While some sites might offer exotic types of praying mantis insects, most of those sites are in the U.K. and you should not import illegal, non native invasive insects into the United States! Most honest U.S. Mantis breeders will not market illegal contra-ban! We do not offer any type of illegal mantis, the names of the mantis insects mentioned above are for the purpose of protecting the environment and also educating American Citizens about a little known but important law.
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See the basic praying mantis care instructions below and remember you will also receive the Advanced Praying Mantis Care Instructions Guide with your purchase.
BASIC MANTIS CARE : Basic Praying Mantis Care Instructions
1. MANTIS CONTAINERS : Mantis containers do not need to be very large and they do not need to be cluttered with plants. Do not put soil in mantis housing containers, just line the bottom of the container with plain white paper towels. One layer of paper towel pressed into the bottom of the container. We have discovered that the T sinensis and smaller types of mantis insects do very well in the insect housing containers with special ventilated lids. if you need to do so, buy a Praying Mantis Container with special ventilated lid offered on the upper portion of this page.
2. Food : if you do not have a supply of pest insects for the mantis insects to eat, you will need to obtain a supply. For the first few weeks the mantids will need USDA Approved Wingless Fruit Flies (fruit flies offered further down this page), later they will eat a combination of large fruit flies and crickets, then larger insects which you can wild collect along with crickets which can be obtained at most pet stores. When wild collecting insects, you take the risk of feeding mantids insects that have been exposed to pesticides which would kill your mantis within hours! Techniques to use for insuring that you do not feed your mantis pesticide tainted insects are described in the mantis care ebook.. While the mantis is a baby better known as hatchling or "nymph" (L1 L2 growth phase) they will eat only small insects. A combination of fruit flies and hatchling silkworms are an excellent diet for the baby mantis, they can also live on fruit flies only if you wish while they are this small, but later it is best to mix at least two types of food. Crickets fed with fish food flakes or even vitamin enriched dry cereal mixed with about 1/3 parts of powdered milk (feed to crickets dry and keep food dry in any cricket holding container). Crickets fed well are adequate as food for mantids if you can not locate any other types of feeder insects. Crickets are OK to feed the mantis only for about the first 8 days after the completion of a molt / skin shed, after the 8 day period, during the time right before a molt, you should use special techniques if you are left with no other choice than crickets as food for your praying mantis. If you can locate wild feeder insects, that will be fine as long as you know which insects to feed to them and which ones are best not offered to a mantis as food. Some insects are not even attractive to the mantis as food! As long as you know that insects in your yard and garden have not been exposed to pesticides, you may feed your mantis wild collected insects as listed in the advanced mantis care ebook. Again, some insects are harmful to mantids, some are not suitable as food, so be sure to see the list in the mantis care ebook offered on this web page. Make sure the size of the insect is small enough for the mantis to capture and eat easily, but large enough to be attractive and valuable to the mantis. Feeder insects should be no larger than 1/2 the size of the mantis.
3. Water : A brand new never before used spray mist bottle will be needed, use only purified water, tap water contains chlorine and other chemicals which will harm or kill a mantis! You should spray mist the lid of the container with 4 to 7 light mists once every 3 to 4 days. Do not keep the container absolutely wet! The mantids get most of the water they need from eating insects, but when they are kept in a container indoors water seems to be a must to keep the humidity adequate humidity level. A single layer of plain white paper towel should be placed on the floor of the container to prevent puddles of water and for slow release of moisture. Never allow puddles in a mantis container, they will drown the feeder insects and possibly the mantis. The paper towel prevents puddles while the water drips through the polly fabric coated ventilated or screen lid of a proper mantis container, so be sure to add the paper towel to the floor of your mantis container.. You will receive the mantis guide free with your order for live praying mantis insects. You also have the option to purchase the online praying mantis care guide, scroll down for the mantis guide purchase link. For more advanced praying mantis care information, see the ebook offer below. Scroll down to purchase the advanced praying mantis care ebook with mantis container instructions, mantis feeding instructions, information about molts / skin sheds and how to prevent harm to your mantis during that critical phase of mantis growth, instructions on quarantine for wild collected feeder insects, how to regulate the speed of growth for praying mantis insects, breeding, egg incubation instructions and more!
Provided below are very basic praying mantis care instructions. There is quite a bit you need to know in order to successfully raise a praying mantis insect. See the basic praying mantis care instructions below and also consider the Advanced Praying Mantis Care Instructions Guide offered further down this web page.
BASIC MANTIS CARE : Basic Praying Mantis Care Instructions
1. MANTIS CONTAINERS : Most U.S. native mantids grow smaller than the giant Asian, chinese and other large mantis species'. Smaller U.S. Native mantids may be kept in 32 ounce deli containers with a perch (you can create a mantis perch for your mantis as described in the advanced mantis care guide ebook offered on this web page) Containers which are too large will create a problem when the feeder insects can hide possibly causing your mantis to starve. Containers which are too small will not allow enough room for skin sheds and may cause a mismolt. More details on mantis containers are provided in the Advanced Praying Mantis Care Ebook offered below
2. Food : For the first few weeks the mantids will need USDA Approved Wingless Fruit Flies (fruit flies offered further down this page), later they will eat a combination of large fruit flies and crickets, then larger insects which you can wild collect along with crickets which can be obtained at most pet stores. When wild collecting insects, you take the risk of feeding mantids insects that have been exposed to pesticides which would kill your mantis within hours! Techniques to use for insuring that you do not feed your mantis pesticide tainted insects are described in the mantis care ebook.. While the mantis is a baby better known as hatchling or "nymph" (L1 L2 growth phase) they will eat only small insects. A combination of fruit flies and hatchling silkworms are an excellent diet for the baby mantis, they can also live on fruit flies only if you wish while they are this small, but later it is best to mix at least two types of food. Crickets fed with fish food flakes or even vitamin enriched dry cereal mixed with about 1/3 parts of powdered milk (feed to crickets dry and keep food dry in any cricket holding container). Crickets fed well are adequate as food for mantids if you can not locate any other types of feeder insects. Crickets are OK to feed the mantis only for about the first 8 days after the completion of a molt / skin shed, after the 8 day period, during the time right before a molt, you should use special techniques if you are left with no other choice than crickets as food for your praying mantis. If you can locate wild feeder insects, that will be fine as long as you know which insects to feed to them and which ones are best not offered to a mantis as food. Some insects are not even attractive to the mantis as food! As long as you know that insects in your yard and garden have not been exposed to pesticides, you may feed your mantis wild collected insects as listed in the advanced mantis care ebook. Again, some insects are harmful to mantids, some are not suitable as food, so be sure to see the list in the mantis care ebook offered on this web page. Make sure the size of the insect is small enough for the mantis to capture and eat easily, but large enough to be attractive and valuable to the mantis. Feeder insects should be no larger than 1/2 the size of the mantis.
3. Water : A brand new never before used spray mist bottle will be needed, use only purified water, tap water contains chlorine and other chemicals which will harm or kill a mantis! You should spray mist the lid of the container with 4 to 7 light mists once every 3 to 4 days. Do not keep the container absolutely wet! The mantids get most of the water they need from eating insects, but when they are kept in a container indoors water seems to be a must to keep the humidity adequate humidity level. A single layer of plain white paper towel should be placed on the floor of the container to prevent puddles of water and for slow release of moisture. Never allow puddles in a mantis container, they will drown the feeder insects and possibly the mantis. The paper towel prevents puddles while the water drips through the polly fabric coated ventilated or screen lid of a proper mantis container, so be sure to add the paper towel to the floor of your mantis container.. For more advanced praying mantis care information, see the ebook offer below. Scroll down to purchase the advanced praying mantis care ebook with mantis container instructions, mantis feeding instructions, information about molts / skin sheds and how to prevent harm to your mantis during that critical phase of mantis growth, instructions on quarantine for wild collected feeder insects, how to regulate the speed of growth for praying mantis insects, breeding, egg incubation instructions and more!
ADVANCED MANTIS CARE GUIDE EBOOK ~ How to care for a praying mantis insect. What to feed a praying mantis, when to and when not to feed a praying mantis, advanced praying mantis care instructions. This praying mantis care information guide is filled with high quality color images and 14 sections of text covering mantis care, what to feed, when to feed, when not to feed, watering, how to control the rate of growth, temperature, information on construction of simple home made mantis containers, humidity levels, substrate and more.... Click on the buy it now button below to purchase the Praying Mantis Care instructions ebook. There is no shipping fee as the content is online for you to view and print (you may print for your own personal use, no sale of copies of the mantis guide is allowed). The mantis guide will teach you all you need to know to raise and breed U.S. native and established praying mantis insects. The Advanced Mantis Care Guide is $10 with no shipping fee as this is an ebook, the Praying Mantis care ebook access, you receive instant access and also a link will be sent to you via email within 24 hours of your payment. Click on the buy now button below to purchase the mantis care guide
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1. You must be present upon arrival to collect the mantis (or fruit flies) upon or shortly delivery by USPS. You will be informed of the shipment date of your praying mantis insects via email. The shipment notice is sent a day or two in advance to arrival of your praying mantis insects. When choosing the standard shipping option (free shipping) the transit time is 2-3 days, the mail carrier (USPS) may leave the box on your porch or in your mailbox without a knock or notice. If you have upgraded shipping or have Express Overnight as the default shipping method, you will be required to sign for the delivery. 2-3 day transit, or overnight shipment does not indicate that your order will be shipped in that time frame. A notice is sent to you prior to and upon shipment to inform you of an estimated or exact arrival date. You must collect the mantids promptly upon arrival.
2. Open the box, inside you will find either small containers containing L1-L2 mantids, or slightly larger containers for L3 L4 and L5 sized mantids. Inspect to find the location of the mantis inside the container. They may be sitting upside down from the lid of the container where mantids stay most of the time. Some mantids may tuck themselves inside or under the moisture strip / transit perch inside the shipping container. Open the container near the permanent container you have prepared. Use a brand new spray mist bottle filled with purified water to provide a mist or two of water for the mantis immediately upon arrival.. Make sure not to create large puddles, but make sure a few droplets land on the mantids back and forearms and the surface upon the mantis sits. The mantis will notice the water and will drink. Allow the mantis to drink water unrestricted, wait to feed the mantis until after it stops drinking the water. Provide fruit flies for smaller mantids, provide crickets or other soft shelled insects for the larger sized mantids.
Shipping times will vary, it could at some times take a couple of months to ship out the mantids. Please understand this when you purchase. IF your order is extremely time sensitive, please send an email to email@example.com to indicate so. Request an estimated time of shipment for your order if your order is time sensitive. Again, there are at times delays as the mantids are alive and several factors could delay shipment of them. If your order is late to arrive please contact me asap at firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your name and address and the item you ordered
United States Customers Only No sales to Hawaii ~ Your order will be rejected if you order from an area to which mantids are not shipped. IMPORTANT NOTE ~ Some insect species' (including some of the over 2000 species' of praying mantis) are prohibited in the United States under the invasive species act of 1992. There are nearly 2000 species' of mantids offered online (including the banned Orchid Mantis, banned Ghost Mantis, banned flower mantis, banned Egyptian mantis.. There is a long list of mantids which are banned under Federal Law in the United States!
AT THIS SITE WE OFFER LEGAL MANTIDS ONLY ~ *Live Delivery guaranteed (*someone must be present to collect the praying mantis upon or shortly after delivery) not to sign, but to promptly collect the mantids. In the very rare event there is any problem with a mantis you must make contact by replying to the shipment notice message sent to you upon shipment of the mantis within one hour of arrival to report the problem. Extra mantis isnects are often included. Replacements are sent if any problem occurs with the shipment that results in DOA, all sales are final upon your placing an order. If at the time of your order mantis insects or fruit flies are on back order, your order will be shipped at the soonest possible time. If there is any problem with your mantis, failure to be present to collect the mantids and/or failure to send a notice of failure / DOA within one hour of delivery as recorded on the USPS tracking data, will void the live delivery guarantee.
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