Leaf footed bug

Why?!! Yet, I think it's amazing...  Amazonian leaf-footed bug, (Diactor bilineatus)    Image via treknature.com

Diactor bilineatus a tropical leaf-footed bug of Brazil. Photo by LINALDO…

Leaf-footed #Bug (Diactor bilineatus) - #Guyana. #insect

Can't help gawking at my shapely leaf-like legs, can you? - The Leaf-footed Bug (Diactor bilineatus) inhabits rainforests in which PATH to FREEDOM: My Story of Perseverance is partially set. (Photo by

Leaf-footed Bug (Coreidae)  . . . are we sure this is not a Lalique brooch . . . ;^)

Leaf-footed Bug (Coreidae) by John Horstman. John has the most fantastic…

Coreid Leaf-footed Bug or Squash Bug (Derepteryx sp., Coreidae) by itchydogimages - ONE MILLION page views, via Flickr

Coreid Leaf-footed Bug or Squash Bug (Derepteryx sp., Coreidae) by itchydogimages

A leaf-footed bug Anisocelis flavolineata[1] (Rhynchota: Coreidae). The specimen was found near Santa Fé (Veraguas Province, Panamá).

A flying insect near Santa Fé (Veraguas Province), Panamá. It did stretch-exercises with its 'winged' back legs, probably to attract females. In stead, it attracted me. photo by Dirk van der Made

BANNER OR LEAF-FOOTED BUG Anisoscelis sp. Panama ©artour_a Coreidae are a large family of predominantly herbivorous insects that belong in the hemipteran suborder Heteroptera. There are more than 1,800 species in over 250 genera. They vary in size...

BANNER OR LEAF-FOOTED BUG Anisoscelis sp. Panama ©artour_a Coreidae are a large family of predominantly herbivorous insects that belong in the hemipteran suborder Heteroptera. There are more than 1,800 species in over 250 genera. They vary in size...

Light-colored female Giant Mesquite Bug or Leaf-footed Bug (Thasus neocalifornicus) on a Velvet Mesquite (Prosopis velutina)

Light-colored female Giant Mesquite Bug or Leaf-footed Bug (Thasus neocalifornicus) on a Velvet Mesquite (Prosopis velutina).

How to get rid of leaf footed stink bugs organically |organic gardening, infestation, pests, gardening, homestead|

July Garden Update

From the large family of sap-sucking insects known as Coreidae, this exuberant beauty photographed by Andreas Kay in Ecuador is a great example of why these critters are known as leaf-footed bugs. While those flags at the knees don't look particularly comfortable by our standards, for the leaf-footed bug they offer either fancy courting display or serve as a warning for predators to stay away. Either way, they look great!

Photo: Leaf-footed bug shows off fancy appendages

From the large family of sap-sucking insects known as Coreidae, this exuberant beauty photographed by Andreas Kay in Ecuador is a great example of why these critters are known as leaf-footed bugs. While those flags at the knees don't look particularly comfortable by our standards, for the leaf-footed bug they offer either fancy courting display or serve as a warning for predators to stay away. Either way, they look great!

“Comparison Between Leaf-Footed Bug and Milkweed Assassin Bug Nymphs” | beauregardparishcountrylife

“Comparison Between Leaf-Footed Bug and Milkweed Assassin Bug Nymphs”

“Comparison Between Leaf-Footed Bug and Milkweed Assassin Bug Nymphs” | beauregardparishcountrylife

What’s That Bug? Leaf Footed Bugs in the Garden – Durham Extension Master Gardeners

What’s That Bug? Leaf Footed Bugs in the Garden – Durham Extension Master Gardeners

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