|Geographical Range||Western Africa|
|Habitat||Forests and woodlands|
|Scientific Name||Pseudocreobotra ocellata|
|Conservation Status||Not listed by IUCN|
This mantid's name comes from its habit of hiding between the petals of flowers while waiting for a meal to come to it. It is not a wilting wallflower, however. It will readily tackle dangerous prey much larger than itself, like wasps and hoverflies.