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As nymphs, those look a lot like trilobites, and also chitons.

Here's another interesting one - Prosoplecta spp. (Southeast Asia), a roach that mimics a ladybird beetle (Coccinellidae) - 

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6 hours ago, Goliathus said:

As nymphs, those look a lot like trilobites, and also chitons.

Here's another interesting one - Prosoplecta spp. (Southeast Asia), a roach that mimics a ladybird beetle (Coccinellidae) - 

8a0d515119e5b3d25e760803b0e20ac7.jpg

A friend of mine also thought it looked like a chiton. lol 

I wish I could get my hands on some Prosoplecta!

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