Dragon Headed Katydid

A dragon headed kaydid climbs up a branch at the Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium.

Eating Habits
Dragon headed katydids (Eumegalodon blanchardi) are omnivores. They eat other insects, fruits and vegetables.

Range
Primordial forests in Southeast Asia and Indonesia

Animal Facts
This is a large katydid noted for the heavy spines along the sides of its thorax.