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Lichen katydid (Markia Hystrix) spotted by LuzPiedadCurran-Gärtner. Amazing, beautiful insect!

IT'S AN INSECT! Lichen Katydid (Markia Hystrix) by Reza Hashemizadeh, projectnoal: Amazing camouflage! Not a mushroom or fungus, or lichen but I thought you would enjoy this little guy.

stick mantid

stick bug ninja makes you think.what other creatures live with fairies and elfs

Phengodidae

The beetle family Phengodidae is known also as glowworm beetles, whose larvae are known as glowworms.’ (via Project Noah) who did her hair like this

Spider~ with amazing color

COLOR - primary colors of spider; Pretty, but keep it away from me!-) Colorful spider by Jäger & Sammler

Kids

A Giant Shield Bug (family Tessaratomidae) with its babies (nymphs) on a guava tree leaf. he insects of this family exhibit a lot of maternal care with the eggs and nymphs. Photo: S Frazier Via Go ahead, BUG me / Lena Bessa

Inseto mais comprido do mundo é encontrado na China – Jornal Ciência

familly related bug - compared to hand size. Found in Southeast China, 2 feet long. World's longest insect. ANIMALS OF A DIFFERENT.

An amazing insect with a human face. A sap-sucking pentatomid bug. Photo by Darlyne-A-Murawski.

An amazing insect with a human face. A sap-sucking pentatomid bug. Photo by Darlyne-A-Murawski Max Headroom? (The Elvis Bug)

leaf insect Phyllium giganteum. The Walking Leaf Insect is one of the most remarkable leaf mimics in the animal kingdom. It occurs from Southeast Asia to Australia. Leaf insects use camouflage to take on the appearance of leaves. They can be as long as 7 inches.

Walking Leaf insect- Phyllium giganteum, up to long, one of the most remarkable leaf mimics in the animal kingdom. It occurs from Southeast Asia to Australia.

Lantern Fly On Tree by aeschylus18917, via Flickr

lantern flies are a kind of leafhopper, which have a large protrusion from the head resembling a snout, and large bulbous body. it's also known as lantern fly, peanut bug, peanut-headed lanternfly & alligator bug

Rajah Butterfly "Dragonhead" Caterpillar (most likely Charaxes bernardus, Charaxinae, Nymphalidae)

Rajah Butterfly "Dragonhead" Caterpillar (Notice the silky lined leaf, the caterpillar has created) Nature

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