Costa Rican Katydid
|Geographical Range||Costa Rica (in Central America)|
|Scientific Name||Ancistrocercus circumdatus|
|Conservation Status||Not listed by IUCN|
Except for the pale-blue markings on their face, these katydids blend in well with their forest surroundings. This camouflage comes in handy, especially because males often call attention to themselves with their loud clicking sounds.