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Oftentimes, the tables are turned and an invertebrate becomes a predator on a backboned cousin. In this image, we document a cone-headed katydid eating a "First Anole" (Anolis princeps) in the wild.    www.BiodiversityGroup.org/

Oftentimes, the tables are turned and an invertebrate becomes a predator on a backboned cousin. In this image, we document a cone-headed katydid eating a "First Anole" (Anolis princeps) in the wild. www.BiodiversityGroup.org/

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