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Almost two inches in length with antennae longer than her body. She’s eating a tiny white flower. More interestingly, you can see her ovipositor clearly in photos 2 and 3.
Subtropical Hawaiian wet forest. Arrived to Hawaii in the late 1800s. Found all over the US.
Insects of this genus are sometimes called lesser meadow katydids.