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nymph of ornate katydid

Scambophyllum sp.

Habitat:

tropical rainforest



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16 Comments

zaidirazak
zaidirazak 5 years ago

hehe just wanted to ask the same question :D

Lanzz
Lanzz 5 years ago

But, the adult should have a wings...

zaidirazak
zaidirazak 5 years ago

really mr goldfish in that case i should change the name

Mr. Goldfish
Mr. Goldfish 5 years ago

I think this is an adult female, not a nymph.

zaidirazak
zaidirazak 5 years ago

terima kasih kerana banyak membantu scott frazier dan juga lanzz

Scott Frazier
Scott Frazier 5 years ago

Ya kebanyakan anggota PN belum tau nama2 organisme secara langsung. Oleh karena itu anggota lain bisa bantu dengan memberikan "ID suggestion" apabila mereka tau atau sudah cari di web atau buku pedoman. Lama lama sistem akan makin lebih muda dipakai dan paham. Bahasa Indonesia bukan Bahasa Malaysia :-)

zaidirazak
zaidirazak 5 years ago

owhh ye ke heheh adeiii

Lanzz
Lanzz 5 years ago

He3, mcm Scott kata, dkt bhgn "Scientific name" tu, cuma isi Scambophyllum sp. Nanti akn update dlm data web...

Nama family, dan subfamily (Tettigoniidae, Phaneropterinae) boleh letak kat bhgn "Note".

zaidirazak
zaidirazak 5 years ago

thank you sir scott for the explaination iam new and curios to know insect name, iam not in the field of entomology or others , iam just a photographer love to take photo of insects and other, thanks again for the tips :D

Scott Frazier
Scott Frazier 5 years ago

Fantastic! I've seen something somwhat like this too http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/119... Gorgeous specimens. :-) Just a tip. By "Scientific name" we mean the "binomial" (two names) in the form "Genus species" (or "Genus species subspecies" for a subspecies or "Genus + 'sp.' " for only a genus). All of the other taxonomic ranks (Class, Order, Family, etc) should be placed in the description and/or tags, because strictly speaking, they are not a "Scientific name". Thanks

zaidirazak
zaidirazak 5 years ago

ok thank you so much machi :D

Machi
Machi 5 years ago

You could keep them separate since you saw them at different times. Even though they may be the same species, they are not the same exact organism.

zaidirazak
zaidirazak 5 years ago

thank you machi

zaidirazak
zaidirazak 5 years ago

so its the same with the previous lanzz? so should i delete this picture and combine in the previous section?

Machi
Machi 5 years ago

Beautiful colors!

Lanzz
Lanzz 5 years ago

Look like the nymph of ornate katydid (like you uploaded yesterday)...

zaidirazak
Spotted by
zaidirazak

Malaysia

Lat: 3.15, Long: 103.01

Spotted on Jun 10, 2014
Submitted on Jun 10, 2014

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