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Long-horned Grasshoppers - Katydids

Tettigoniidae

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11 Comments

Christiane
Christiane 9 years ago

Yes.. I have seen MUM AND DAD HOPPER... Great and Thank You!!!

Ashish Nimkar
Ashish Nimkar 9 years ago

Yes its a common Grasshopper

kwalker
kwalker 9 years ago

Yes - this is an immature grasshopper belonging to the long-horned (ie. long antennae) Tettigoniidae. They are commonly called Katydids.

Christiane
Christiane 9 years ago

Thanks ClaudiaRamirez.. I checked the grasshopper.. but nothing looks like this one!!

ClaudiaRamirez
ClaudiaRamirez 9 years ago

It could be related to grasshopper or cricket, but not sure about it :)

Christiane
Christiane 9 years ago

And I can not find an ID for this one...

Christiane
Christiane 9 years ago

Thanks.. SallyChuang

Sally Chuang
Sally Chuang 9 years ago

oops..:P...but I like this photo..hehe

Christiane
Christiane 9 years ago

Hey Sally.. I don't think it is a Mantis.. It was eating leaves...

JosephFisher
JosephFisher 9 years ago

Very nice spot! Looks like it didnt wanna be spotted! :)

Sally Chuang
Sally Chuang 9 years ago

Mantis? so special..never seen ..great shot..

Christiane
Spotted by
Christiane

4671, Queensland, Australia

Spotted on Dec 19, 2010
Submitted on May 19, 2011

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