The Phasmatodea are more commonly known as stick insects. They use mimicry as a defense mechanism, replicating the appearance of sticks and leaves. Their immobility and their ability to change color with their surrounding environment represent a bonus that helps them to better blend into their surrounding environment.
Known as the flower mantis and pink orchid mantis, this insect comes from the tropical forests of Southeast Asia. The orchid mantis is characterized by its bright color and a mimetic structure that simulates parts of the orchid flower. Its 4 walking legs look like flower petals.