Lantern Bug - Pyrops spinolae
Lantern bugs are planthoppers (Hemiptera - Fulgoridae), typically arboreal, most often associated with a specific host tropical tree and/or vine.
The lantern bugs are so named, incorrectly, because of a head prominence of some species (i.e. Pyrops) resembling a Pinocchio like “nose” that was thought to emit light. Of course this is not true, it does not emit light. Pyrops spinolae (pictured) is known from Thailand, Vietnam and India.
Photo credit: ©tajong | Locality: Khao Sok Thailand (2015)