image source Uroplatus phantasticus, the Baweng Satanic Leaf Gecko, is a species of gecko indigenous to the island of Madagascar. First described in 1888 by George Albert Boulenger, U. phantasticus is the smallest in.
This moth is remarkably camouflaged in its surroundings of dead, dried leaves. Uropyia meticulodina is found in China and Taiwan. if you *can* find him, that is. The moth not only mimics the coloring of the leaves, but even the way they curl inward!
The stick insect, Timema poppensis, moves into camouflage position on a redwood tree (Sequoia sempervirens) in the winning image in the 2013 BMC Ecology photography contest. CREDIT: Moritz Muschick (via: Live Science)
A long-spinnered bark spider camouflaged on tree bark where it waits to ambush passing prey in the tropical rainforest of the Masoala Peninsula National Park, north east Madagascar Picture: ALEX HYDE/BARCROFT