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Mantis is the common name of any insect in the order Mantodea, also commonly known as praying mantises.
Mantis may also refer to:
- Mantis (genus), a genus of mantises
- Mantis shrimp, also known as stomatopods, predatory crustaceans
- Mantidfly (Mantispidae), a small predatory insects whose front legs are similar to those of a praying mantis
- Mantis (DC Comics), a supervillain in Jack Kirby's Fourth World
- Mantis (Marvel Comics), a member of The Avengers
- MANTIS, a programming language or an application generator marketed by Cincom
- Mantis Bug Tracker, a SQL database driven PHP bug tracking system
- Psycho Mantis, a boss in the videogame Metal Gear Solid
- The name of an alien insect-like race in the real-time strategy computer game Conquest: Frontier Wars
- The name of an alien race in the MMORPG Pirate Galaxy
- XF5700 Mantis, a space sim by MicroPlay in 1992
Film and television
- The Deadly Mantis, a 1957 film featuring a giant mantis
- The Deadly Mantis (1978 film), a 1978 martial arts film
- M.A.N.T.I.S., a superhero television series
- The Mantis (TV series), an upcoming French miniseries
Sports and 'martial arts
- Jeremy Coney, former New Zealand cricket captain's nicknamed "The Mantis"
- UltraMantis Black, a professional wrestler, who performs primarily in the Chikara professional wrestling promotion
- Northern Praying Mantis, a martial art
- Southern Praying Mantis, a martial art
- Cagn, a god of the San of southern Africa, who often takes the shape of a praying mantis
- Mantis (roller coaster), a former stand-up roller coaster at Cedar Point
- Marcos Mantis GT, a British sports car
- BAE Mantis, an unmanned air vehicle developed by BAE Systems
- Mantis (album), a 2009 studio album by progressive rock/jam band Umphrey's McGee
- Nächstbereichschutzsystem MANTIS, a very short-range protection system of the German Army intended for base-protection
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