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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.

Phyllium giganteum

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Atlas moth

Atlas moths are said to be named after either the Titan of Greek mythology, or their map-like wing patterns. In Hong Kong the Cantonese name translates as "snake's head moth", referring to apical extension of the forewing, which bears a passing resemblance to a snake's head. (source wikipedia)

Stinging Flannel Moth Caterpillar (megalopyge lanata), Ecuador | Andreas Kay

Stinging Flannel Moth Caterpillar, Megalopyge lanata

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Long-horned Orb-weaver Spider (Macracantha arcuata)

As members of the orb-weaver family of spiders, these amazing creatures build the typical circular web of their cousins across pathways so you can walk into them in the dark. The purpose of the disproportionately long body horns however remains a mystery. This is one of the larger individuals I have come across; each horn is about 45mm in length. Pu'er, Yunnan, China

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Deadly Leaf Bug by specialoftheweek on DeviantArt

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Stinging Nettle Slug Caterpillars (Cup Moths, Parasa sp., Limacodidae) "Triple Streak"

Pu'er, Yunnan, China

Homodes Bracteigutta by melvynyeo on DeviantArt

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