Feather Horned Beetle with Long Bushy 'Eyebrows'(Rhipicera femorata): Males use their fantastic (hah!) antennae to locate a female feather-horned beetle that’s emitting pheromones which indicate she is ready for mating. Photo by ron_and_beth.
A mantis appears to have struck up an very unlikely friendship with a tiny insect. you know the little bug is dinner. Photographer Nordin Seruyan took several shots of the unusual pairing after finding them in his back garden in Borneo, Indonesia.
The Horsehead Grasshopper is from Western South America, more specifically the jungles of Ecuador and Peru. It looks like a stick insect and has the diet of a stick insect (foliage, tree leaves) but it is actually a real grasshopper.