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I think it is a katydid but I'm terrible with id'ing insects. She or He was however really into eating orange bits and stuck around for days.
Southern/Atlantic US, mixed woodland area (grassy, wetlands, and heavy woods).
It is indeed a katydid, but this isn't the best angle to determine much more than that, at least with my level of expertise (not much). The best you might be able to do for a scientific name is the family name: Tettigoniidae.
Lat: 35.80, Long: -79.94
Spotted on Jul 16, 2011 Submitted on Jan 14, 2012