The Leafy Snaptrapper is a subspecies of Snaptrapper that is mainly found during Autumn.
- "Most active during its fall hunting season. If you are lucky enough to see one, you'll be impressed. If you are unlucky, you'll end up as lunch."
- ―Dragons: Rise of Berk
These look quite similar to the regular Snaptrapper, but their wings resemble orangey, dark green leaves that fall during autumn. One can even see the faint patterns on its wings that resemble the network of veins of a dried leaf on their wings. This may be a tactic to help camouflage themselves in their seasonal habitat. Their neck, head and tail are also green. Their feet are green but orange near the claws. There are small orange bumps on the Leafy Snaptrapper's neck.