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CWRU student discovers new praying mantis species in Rwanda
May 23, 2014
A Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) student working with the Cleveland Museum of Natural History discovered the bush tiger mantis, a new species, in Nyungwe Forest National Park, Rwanda. The species is named for the female, who hunts on the ground and undergrowth. The male flies.
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