I don't have the faintest clue concerning the ID, but I think I would go along with Howard's thinking that it probably belongs to the katydid family of mini hoppers. I liked your notes describing how you had to nudge and guide this guy to get it to the right spot for the shot.
The details and colours are excellent and so are the DOF, POF, and OOF BG. The vertical composition is a pleasant and obvious choice to accommodate the extended style of the flower and of course those long antennae of the insect. I just cannot make up my mind though, which do I like most, the Anthurium or the "katydid". Both are just fabulous.
I've taken the liberty to do a quick workshop, basically just to address the slight shadowy area of the insect. All was done using PhotoShop's "Shadow/Highlight" function at the default settings.
Well done with the macro MF and TFS.
Little Hopper (40)