Invisible insects

• Invisible insects

You can hardly see them in the wild. These tiny insects are so well camouflaged that are virtually invisible. Canadian photographer Paul Bertner tried to show how it looks.

Invisible insects

Weevil. A characteristic feature of these beetles is an elongated front part of the head, the so-called rostrum, through which they received Russian names. It is difficult to find the kind of plant, which would not be bound species of weevils. Most weevils develops at the expense of the plant tissues within them. (Photo by Paul Bertner):

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This order of insects with more than 3000 species, speaks for itself - phasmatodea, or stick insects. Here he is hanging from the bottom.

Coating of Protective stick insects, brown or green, can vary from light to dark, depending on the lighting and other factors. Changing the brightness of the color is due to contraction or expansion zornyshek present in the hypodermis coloring pigment. Basically they resemble sticks or leaves, from what happened and their name.

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is not an insect, but a lizard. Listohvosty gecko. Notice them is almost impossible, because the body shape, skin texture and color of it is very similar to the dry or fallen leaves - their natural habitat

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Another master of disguise - mantis sort of Dactylopteryx.

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Earth chameleon. Even knowing that it is in the picture, I find it not so easy.

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leafhoppers - small jumping insects. Vaughn, only her eyes are visible, and then only with difficulty.

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Another mantis.

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Praying Mantis on a tree - a perfect match.

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Good fit

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Another type of mantis, which merges with the environment.

Invisible insects