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This immature Katydid is very colorful as most are in earlier instars. There are long dark antennae with white bands. The body is primarily green with turquoise, orange, black and red markings. The "tooth" is still visible on the head between the antennae. The wings are barely developed so this is an early instar.
Cleveland Sage in chaparral