Figure 1: Mapuchea chilensis. ((a), (b), (c), and (d)) Specimens from the Huerquehue NP. (a) Scanning electron image of a female molted in captivity and not camouflaged with soil; the left tegmen is mangled. (b) The same specimen live, showing color pattern. (с) Freshly molted female. (d) Camouflaged specimen. (e) Specimen from the Puyehue NP. (f) Soil camouflage in combination with disruptive coloration of legs makes this specimen hard to see; note that the eyes remain clean. (g) 5th instar nymph. (h) 3rd instar nymph. All photos of live specimens were taken in captivity.