While I waited for the front element of my camera lens to defog (the butterfly house is kept at about 80ºF/27ºC year round, and fairly humid, while outside that morning it was cold, not much above freezing), I spotted a cooperative poser on a photogenic perch.
The dew hanging from this flower caught and magnified the images of leaves around it.
Recliner? Reclining Maja?
When I'm surrounded by colorful butterflies and flowering plants, I'm not usually "thinking in black and white", but I could hardly keep myself from imagining these leaves in a monochrome rendering, so that's where I went with this one.
A sudden flurry of motion caught my attention:
She lit on a joint of my tripod leg.
Here's an overview, the widest view I could get with the lens on my other camera.
She paused on the camera body.
I swapped cameras so that I could hand hold the shorter lens and locked the big rig on the tripod. That's when it became clear that my friend was female. She laid a few eggs (yellow spheres) on the lens hood among other places.
[all photos EF 100/2.8 L IS macro or 70-200/2.8 L IS II + Extender 2X III]