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Inspired by: Striped Horsefly
The females bite, the males do not. Found in the eastern and southern US and the Gulf coast of Mexico. Females suck vertebrate blood for egg development; both females and males feed on sugars for energy.
Inspired by: African Twig Mantis
Popa spurca, also known as the African twig mantis, is a species of mantis native to Africa. Just like a twig, every part of this Mantis is camouflaged. They have matching bumps and growth rings and even their eyes look like wood.
Inspired by: Blue Damselfly
The common Blue Damselfly (cousin to the dragonfly) can be found all over Europe, especially the United Kingdom around large lakes, pounds and streams. The average lifespan for an adult is approximately 12 days, so they have to mate and reproduce quickly to ensure future generations.