Kalidasa is a genus of bugs in the tribe Aphaenini of the family Fulgoridae. There are six species in the genus, which are found in different parts of tropical Asia. They have a slender and flexible stalk-like outgrowth arising from above the tip of the snout.
Nymph of a Kalidasa species
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