Sticks that walk. A trip-taking-twig hopefully inconspicuous enough to avoid a bug-biting-beak. Of course where it walks makes a difference. Crawling on a white door is probably not the best strategy.
Walking sticks manage to evade notice by predators that search for food by sight. When you aren’t seen, you aren’t eaten. But watch out for bats with their echolocation. An otherwise visually invisible insect is simply another obvious morsel for a bat that hunts by hearing.
I noticed there is a market for walking sticks. Big ones. A true bat feast.