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Immature Katydid with wings starting to develop. I like the swirly pattern on the nymphs. This species can be determined by the pronotal margin. The third image shows how there is a "tooth" on the pronotum where it meets the head. The adults make a rhythmic ticking noise that goes on for a while.
On an unknown vine in the backyard. This species can be found throughout the lower 48 states.