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No one seemed to have noticed that there has been no evidence to support this hypothesis.
Orchid mantises are actually very rare in the field, so their behaviour is only known about from captivity.
Following the death of Henry Huntington in 1927 and the stock market crash of 1929, The Huntington’s Board of Trustees decided to sell off Arabella’s collection to cut down costs. Since 1990, the collection has grown in size 10 times over.
Among our many different genera (plural of genus, a term that describes a class of organisms that have common characteristics), we mainly specialize in Paphiopedilums, Cattleyas, Phalaenopsis, Cymbidiums, and Phragmipediums.
While it is indeed a flower mimic—the first known animal to do this—the orchid mantis doesn’t hide in an orchid. And to an insect, it doesn’t even look particularly like an orchid.
O'Hanlon and colleagues set about systematically testing the ideas behind the traditional view of the orchid mantis' .
” While you might have been to The Huntington many times, you probably have never seen it.
Robert Weltz, who was an orchid collector from New York City who settled in Santa Barbara, Calif., in 1984.
Bob is best known for his world-renowned Paphiopedilum hybrid collection, which is highly regarded as being one of the top collections out there today.
The upper parts of its legs are greatly flattened and are heart-shaped, looking uncannily like petals.
On a leaf it would be highly conspicuous—but when sitting on a flower, it is extremely hard to see.
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Famous naturalists such as Alfred Russell Wallace have speculated about their extraordinary appearance.