Grasshopper (Acrididae) from Monteverde, Costa Rica. I'm guessing she was responsible for those huge holes in the leaf. Grasshoppers possess powerful mandibles that make short work of a wide variety of rainforest foliage.
A perfectly camouflaged katydid (Tettigoniidae: Phaneropterinae) from Monteverde, Costa Rica.
Leaf-mimicking katydid nymph (Tettigoniidae: Phaneropterinae) from Monteverde, Costa Rica. The wing buds indicate this individual is likely one molt away from adulthood. Most of the phanteropterine katydids I saw from the CR trip were a deep forest green, but this one had a delightful bluish tint.