Little Green Monster

I will be thoroughly impressed if anyone can guess whose face this is.  The answer will be revealed in my next post!

About Charley Eiseman

I am a freelance naturalist, endlessly fascinated by the interconnections of all the living and nonliving things around me. I am the lead author of Tracks & Sign of Insects and Other Invertebrates (Stackpole Books, 2010), and continue to collect photographs and information on this subject. These days I am especially drawn to galls, leaf mines, and other plant-insect interactions.
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13 Responses to Little Green Monster

  1. silly guesser says:


  2. Sam Droege says:

    Tree cricket nymph?

  3. Carrie says:

    this face looks like a baby ant! I wonder what it really is.

  4. Annie says:

    Could it be a lacewing?

  5. Susan Sawyer says:

    Looks a bit like a lacewing, but the eyes are smaller.

  6. jbc99 says:

    I’m going to guess (and that’s very much all it is) that it’s a baby walking stick of some kind.

  7. Matt says:

    Diapheromera femorata

  8. Jenn says:

    Looks Phasmid-y!

  9. Walking stick nymph?

  10. Micky says:

    Right-eyed Cyclops?

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  12. johncallender says:

    The thing that tipped me off was the similarity to this image:

    Male Walkingstick - Diapheromera

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