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Absurd Creature of the Week: This Is an Actual Insect. This Is Not a Joke | WIRED

This Is an Actual Insect. This Is Not a Joke Treehoppers are without a doubt nature’s most bizarre insects, having evolved into a huge range of shapes: some with jutting, curling heads, others that.

What possible function can these massive horns play in this Costa Rican treehopper Umbelligerus sp.?

What possible function can these massive horns play in this Costa Rican treehopper Umbelligerus sp.

A strange Treehopper, Sphongophorus ballista from Panama

Boy I wish our dried leaves looked this pretty, assuming somewhere there are blue leaves. Blue Horseshoe-Shaped TREEHOPPER (Sphongophorus ballista) ©artour_a Sphongophorus ballista - a very tiny treehopper which mimics a dry leaf

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This bug looks like it might have been the inspiration for an alien movie.