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A Tiny Flatid Planthopper Nymph Insect That Looks Like A Walking Snowflake

Photographer Andreas Kay displayed a flatid planthopper nymph that lives in the Amazon rainforest of Ecuador where hosts many different species. This tiny creature looks like a walking snowflake or a kernel of popcorn. Flatid planthopper nymphs are covered in bulbous waxy secretions that assist in personal safety which causes them to looks like a snowflake. This cute tiny creature will make you surprised and cheer.