Acromantis japonica

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Acromantis japonica
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Acromantis japonica
Scientific classification edit
Kingdom: Animalia
Clade: Euarthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Mantodea
Family: Hymenopodidae
Genus: Acromantis
Species: A. japonica
Binomial name
Acromantis japonica
Westwood, 1889

Acromantis japonica, common name Japanese boxer mantis, is a species of praying mantis found in Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and China.[1] It was described by John Obadiah Westwood in 1889. Acromantis japonica belongs to the family Hymenopodidae[2] and subfamily Acromantinae.[3] No subspecies are listed.

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  1. ^ [1] Texas A&M University
  2. ^ Westwood (1889) , Rev. Mantid.
  3. ^ Mantodea.SpeciesFile.org genus Acromantis Saussure, 1870 Retrieval date: January 14th 2016