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Raspy Crickets



Nymph of Katydid - Tettigoniidae, pink in colours with yellow bands on the legs. Even it's long antenna is pink in colour. Saw 4 of them on the same small plant, which I have been checking/looking at many night walks before, but have not seen them before. When I go back to check on them again the following days, they were no longer where I saw it. Curious if the adult stage will also be pink in colour.


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AlbertKang 4 weeks ago

Thanks @Richard Ong for the ID :)

Richard Ong
Richard Ong 4 weeks ago


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Tanjung Bungah, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

Spotted on Dec 25, 2020
Submitted on Dec 28, 2020

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