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Katydid

2 Species ID Suggestions

Broad Winged Katydid
Microcentrum rhombifolium Broad-winged Katydid, Microcentrum rhombifolium
DinDjarin
DinDjarin 10 years ago
bush-cricket
Tettigoniidae


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3 Comments

TKBotting
TKBotting 10 years ago

Definitely a Katydid. I think bush-crickets have super long antennae, I thnk Jonathan has it right. Nice pic!

patty
patty 10 years ago

Nice spotting and picture Danielle =)

Egyptflower
Egyptflower 10 years ago

How big was it? If it was tiny, it's probably an aphid. If its about leaf sized or a little smaller, it's probably a leaf bug.

DanielleZigulich
Spotted by
DanielleZigulich

Riverside, Illinois, USA

Spotted on Sep 27, 2012
Submitted on Sep 28, 2012

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