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Hi Matt, I agree with TK. This is, without a doubt a katydid nymph. Katydid's can be distinguished from Grasshoppers by the long antennae they possess. You can go ahead and edit this spotting by putting the name Katydid Nymph as the spotting name. Lovely spotting!
This is a Katydid nymph -- I'm not sure what kind, but Katydid. Nice!
Spotted on Aug 10, 2012 Submitted on Aug 11, 2012
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