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Greater Anglewing Katydid

Microcentrum rhombifolium


Grasshopper-like insect nymph found on Weigela bushes next to our home. Approximately an inch in length, with wide, colorful body. Greens, brown, yellow, purple on the abdomen and spotted legs. No wings to be seen.


Backyard, rural.

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e.drinnon 6 years ago

You're welcome. It's definitely more colorful than the other. That was the closest I could find, shape-wise. It's a pretty cool little bug.

albear1960 6 years ago

Thanks e.drinnon. Looks very close except for the awesome colors on this little nymph!

e.drinnon 6 years ago

It's a katydid nymph. Not sure about the species, but it looks similar to this:

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Missouri, USA

Spotted on Jul 17, 2014
Submitted on Jul 17, 2014

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