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Belo Horizonte, MG, Brazil

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AngB Hoja Sen
Hoja Sen commented on by AngB San José, Costa Rica9 years ago

I can imagine your children, as little kids, hearing what their grandfather had to do to escape death... !!!

AngB Katydid [pt-br: Esperança]
Katydid [pt-br: Esperança] commented on by AngB Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil9 years ago

Gracias, Jonathan!

AngB Hoja Sen
Hoja Sen commented on by AngB San José, Costa Rica9 years ago

This plant is so common in gardens... but what a nice story with it!

AngB Amanita (Fly agaric)
Amanita (Fly agaric) commented on by AngB Piraquara, Paraná, Brazil9 years ago

I didn´t know there were Smurfs in Brasil! Nice spotting! One of my favourites :D

AngB Jewel Caterpillar
Jewel Caterpillar commented on by AngB Mexico9 years ago

I joined this community because of this spotting. Awesome!

AngB Katydid [pt-br: Esperança]
Katydid [pt-br: Esperança] commented on by AngB Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil9 years ago

Thank you, ForestDragon. I agree that it might be from the Microcentrum genus. Now I'm searching for brazilian-insect guides... I found one very interesting here [in portuguese] http://pt.scribd.com/mis_maciel2315/d/44...

And I think I will post this to whatsthatbug when I have some time. Thanks for this hint.

AngB Greater Angle-wing Katydid, female
Greater Angle-wing Katydid, female commented on by AngB New York, USA9 years ago

ForestDragon, I was not sure about the ID, so I posted the source of the ID I found out... I was kind of irresponsable, for it was my first suggestion on project noah (sorry :P)... In that day, something amazing happened: I saw a katydid very similar to that of yours, in my classroom. It may be the male for this Katydid, found in Brasil: http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/108... . But im still have doubts about the species or if its male or female (no ovipositor, i think, but i don't know if it just doesn't appear in the photo...)

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