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Katydid Nymph

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Fabiola.Natasha
Fabiola.Natasha 7 years ago

bayucca :

Ooo...I see...
Thank you for helping ^^

bayucca
bayucca 7 years ago

The antennae looks for me too long for being a (true) grasshopper. There are "long-horned" or better "longer-horned" grasshoppers, but the antennae in these are much shorter (but longer than in short-horned grasshopper for example from the family Acrididae). "Long-horned grasshopper" are indeed the same as katydid (in US english) and buh crickets (versus the true crickets, Gryllidae) in UK english. I would use the name of katydid to avoid confusing with the real grasshoppers.

Fabiola.Natasha
Fabiola.Natasha 7 years ago

bayucca :

Longhorned grasshoper nymph...what do you think ?
Because of the similar shape of the antenna and legs...

bayucca
bayucca 7 years ago

Tettigoniidae, Katydid nymph.

Mona Pirih
Mona Pirih 7 years ago

Cute transparant... :)

Fabiola.Natasha
Fabiola.Natasha 8 years ago

ooh...I see...
thanks, Seb de Ker ^^

Seb de Ker
Seb de Ker 8 years ago

looks like a nymph of a grashoper.I gues it belongs to the suborder: Ensifera

Fabiola.Natasha
Spotted by
Fabiola.Natasha

Indonesia

Spotted on Jul 21, 2013
Submitted on Jul 21, 2013

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