Holochlora sp.(?) Stål, 1873 of south Sabah / Borneo
This bush-cricket has carefully cut out pieces of a dead leaf, laid an egg on it and then “closed” it. This process took over an hour and it did not allow itself to be disturbed. Exact species identification is very difficult or almost impossible, as the katydids have not been very well researched. This behavior has been documented photographically for the first time.