American amphitheres are also known as Draco americanus tex. Unlike the Mexican specimen, American Amphitheres have more moth-like wings than bird-like.
LAIR OR NEST - Among boulders or rocks on the highest part of mountains
DIMENSIONS [ADULT] - 15 feet long, 8 to 10 feet high
COLORATION - iridensent purple, also red, blue, and green
FORMS OF ATTACK - fire breath, tail, constriction
FOOD - buffalo, gophers, prairie dogs, jackrabbits