Meet the planthopper! It’s one of 60+ new species found in the rainforest-dominated mountainous region of southeastern Suriname. Note the conspicuous waxy fronds at the end of its body. It’s theorized that they might mimic the anthers of flowers to help the insect camouflage itself. http://news.discovery.com/animals/new-species-found-in-tropical-rainforest-pictures-131002.htm#mkcpgn=fbsci1
Blue Butterfly on lovely white laurel style blossoming plant I cannot identify. FEEL FREE TO COMMENT with names of flowers (or butterflies!) on my Board-- I love using #Pinterest to learn more about gardening & Nature! #DdO) - https://www.pinterest.com/DianaDeeOsborne/flowers-beyond-expected/ - FLOWERS BEYOND EXPECTED. Pinned via Jill Rdmn's PICTURES & PHOTOS.