A. Immature and B. Adult male individuals of Phaneroptera brevis visiting a capitulum of Sphagneticola trilobata (A) and an inflorescence of Sesbania sesban (B) at the study site in Singapore in the day (A) and at night (B). The arrows in the inset (a–i) indicate pollen grains attached to the body of the individual.

  Part of: Tan MK, Lee H, Tan HTW (2019) The floriphilic katydid, Phaneroptera brevis, is a frequent flower visitor of non-native, flowering forbs. Journal of Orthoptera Research 28(1): 21-26. https://doi.org/10.3897/jor.28.33063