Treehopper Membracis lunata (Membracidae, Hemiptera) - adult and young nympha
Photographed in UFAL Campus - Maceió (Alagoas state, Brazil).
It is amazing to see a pairing of insects in stark clarity such as these. Both the adult and young nympha have such intriguing shapes that the opportunity to compare the two is wonderfully presented to us here in Father and Son by ~Dorcadion. (
This is just absolutely stunning. I think it's sad that the world gets so caught up in the big and obvious animals and seems to forget all of the small and amazing creatures out there. Thank you for sharing! I doubt- scratch that, I KNOW I would never have seen something like this unless I saw it from macrophotographers like you. Thanks and congrats on the daily deviation! Well earned, I must say.