The Violin Beetle (Mormolyce Phyllodes) is a beautiful beetle that if you look close enough looks just like a violin. The Violin Beetle is a species of ground beetles in the subfamily Lebiinae. They can be found in the rainforests of Southeast Asia (Brunei, Indonesia, Java, Malaysia, and Sumatra).
They can reach a length of 2.4-3.9 inches. According to Wikipedia, these beetles possess a flat-leaf-shaped, shiny black or brown body with distinctive violin-shaped translucent elytra. This characteristic mimicry protects them against predators, while their flat-shaped bodies allow them to dwell in soil cracks or under the bark and leaves of trees.