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Camouflage, Gorgeous Footage of a Lichen Katydid Delicately Walking Along Its Matching Branch

Talented wildlife photographer David Weiller has captured absolutely gorgeous footage of a beautiful markia hystrix, better known as a lichen katydid as it delicately walked along the branch of a tree covered in the distinctive white filamentous lichen for which the graceful insect was named. The insect-focused blog Nature and More tells more about these […]
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