Among the smallest of the winged frogs, the winged orchid frog lives primarily on insects attracted to the orchid flowers that it mimics. This would tend to cut down on pollination, but the frogs are fairly slow and stealthy predators, so pollination often occurs before the frog manages to snap the unsuspecting insect out of the air.
Wanted to fool around some more with the Art Nouveau print-sealed-to-board-and-painted technique from the Lemon Rat piece, and since I had fifty bizillion photos of orchids from a recent trip to the zoo---the orchids were the only thing that held still long enough---I wanted to paint orchids, and thought "Hey, I haven't painted a little winged frog in forever!" so there we are.
Original is for sale, 11 x 14 mixed media on board, and prints available at Red Wombat Studio: [link]