From Wikipedia: An odd-eyed cat is a cat with one blue eye and one eye of either green, yellow, or brown. This is a feline form of complete heterochromia, a condition that occurs in some other animals. The condition most commonly affects white-colored cats, but may be found in a cat of any color, provided that it possesses the white spotting gene. The color defects are usually called "Bi-Colored".
Forest Shieldbug - Pentatoma rufipes (family Pentatomidae) with rare "X" mark back pattern.
Blue Bottle Fly (family: Calliphoridae)
Brown Moth (family: Arctiidae)
Close-up shot of Green Caterpillar