The Manuda Drum Bug gets its name for tapping rhythmically on the fallen trees it lives and feasts upon. Although its cendra looks like a leaf it is actually a protective shell on top of its already armor bound body. It has 2 ways to defend itself from attack: 1 is to pinch with a 1000 ft lbs. with its jaws. It can also whip its long needle like tail at potential threats and inject a toxin that paralyzes its predators for up to a week depending on their size.