Composite of a juvenile thorn bug on the right, and female and male thorn bug head-to-head on a sweet acacia branch (@ Christina L. Evans-Rainbow/Corbis)
- Face-to-face on a narrow branch, these two bugs seem to be on a collision course.""Wood you believe it?
- These insects feed off a tree\s ‘blood\, damaging their prey and leaving a sooty mould.""This guy can\t contain his enthusiasm
- Members of the Membracidae family secrete a sugary-sweet treat for ants.""Does it sound like a rather dirty habit?
- Sucking sap would seem like the sort of thing you could do anywhere.""Where have thorn bugs (wisely) chosen as their ideal destination?