Treehopper from Peru - What's That Bug?
Treehopper from Peru Location: Shima, near Satipo, Junin, Peru February 5, 2011 2:43 pm Can anyone please identify this treehopper found in central Peru? Signature: Peter Bruce-Jones Hi Peter, This is one beautiful Treehopper in the family Membracidae. We have a vague memory of having received an image of this species, or a very similar [...]
Wishbone tree hopper :)
Evolved horned tree hopper? (genus campylenchia latipes) – simply known as thorn mimic tree hoppers. Mostly horned tree hoppers have horns that grow pointed but this one has an overly extended horn and even branches out forming a “Y”. Treehoppers are small winged insects. There are thousands of species of treehoppers, and they are widely distributed around the world. They feed on plant juices and lay their eggs in plant tissues. Treehoppers are of interest mainly because of their fantastic…
Aposematic and gregarious caterpillars of a saturniid moth (Arsenura cf armida), Copan, Honduras
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Thorn Mimic Treehopper (Enchenopa)
First time I have seen one of these thorn mimic treehoppers. Not sure of the species, but I'm pretty sure it's in the Enchenopa genus. Probably around 7mm in size. Taken using just the 28mm reversed and focus stacked from two photos. The profile kind of looks like a stylized bird.