Animal Species:Sydney Gum Leaf Katydid
The Sydney Gum Leaf Katydid is common in a number of eucalypt and angophora trees in Sydney from mid-summer to autumn.
3 cm - 6 cm
The Sydney Gum Leaf Katydid is found in Sydney and on the Central Coast, New South Wales.
The Sydney Gum Leaf Katydid lives in forests and woodlands, and heath.
Feeding and Diet
The Sydney Gum Leaf Katydid is carnivorous and feeds on a variety of insects.
Other behaviours and adaptations
The Sydney Gum Leaf Katydid is well camouflaged, having fore wings with a rough texture resembling gum leaves.