Clever praying mantis disguised as an orchid. That insectoid flower (or floral insect) is an orchid mantis (Hymenopus coronatus). Like all mantids, it is predatory. Don't let that pink fool you; the orchid mantis will eat any small bugs within its reach.
Xylocopa caerulea, the Blue Carpenter Bee. Xylocopa caerulea is a relatively large species, reaching an average size of 23 millimetres in). The thorax region of these insects are covered with light blue hairs, giving it a striking blue colour.
Hymenopus coronatus (known as orchid mantis) is from Malaysia, Indonesian & Sumatran rain forests. These mantises thrive in humid, warm areas of south Asian rain forests. These can be found on papaya trees, orchids, or frangipani trees w/flowers.