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Northern Bush Katydid

Scudderia septentrionalis

Description:

Usually green and range in size by species from 1 to 5 inches. The antennae are two to three times the length of the body.

Habitat:

Found on branches of trees or bushes in North America and other parts of the world.

Notes:

Katydids get their name from how their song sounds, "Katy did, Katy didn't" They rub their wings together to produce the song.

1 Species ID Suggestions

BugEric
BugEric 8 years ago
Northern Bush Katydid (male)
Scudderia septentrionalis northern bush katydid (Scudderia septentrionalis)


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3 Comments

BugEric
BugEric 8 years ago

Neither of these is one of the "'hoppers" referenced in the mission where you have placed this. 'Hoppers in that case refers to planthoppers, leafhoppers, treehoppers, and related "true bugs."

BugEric
BugEric 8 years ago

Ok, wait, the *other* image is of a Common True Katydid, male, Pterophylla camellifolia.

BugEric
BugEric 8 years ago

Very nice image!

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North Carolina, USA

Spotted on Jul 21, 2011
Submitted on Jan 21, 2013

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