Two New Bug Species Have All-Pink Females
The leaf-like katydids, native to northern Borneo, sport dramatically different color differences between sexes.
Meet Malaysia's new pink ladies: Two species of katydid whose females sport distinctly rosy hues.
While the males of the new species are a uniform green color, the females are standouts in red and pink. Not only that, both sexes look just like leaves, with distinctive veins and leaf-like lobes on their legs. (Also see a new species of spider that looks like a leaf.)
The insects, which live in northern Borneo (map), are especially unusual because one of them was identified based on photographs alone.