This bloom was a different color than the other Pitcher Plant flowers I saw at Okefenokee Swamp. There are seven species found in Georgia and a bit of research reveals Pitcher Plants are a pretty big topic.
I don’t know if the katydid was eating the Water Lily petals or was looking for the bug that did. Leaves and grass are their primary food source, but they will eat small bugs.
I didn’t realize this was the same flower a half hour later when I passed back by with the same attraction for it. The katydid had moved down to the lower petals with his knees showing, just left of center.