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Hopping insect - Scudderia

Hopping insect - Scudderia
Newport News, Virginia, USA
June 11, 2004
I found this on my Bay bush beside my house. I'm not sure what it is.

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fork-tailed bush katydid nymph?
I think the insect is a fork-tailed bush katydid (Sudderia furcata) nymph, though it's always harder to identify creatures during their immature stages. I believe those are fairly common in the east. I've seen several similar katydid nymphs where I live in Springfield, VA.

Katydid nymph
Looks to me like a katydid nymph, but I can't tell you anything more specific than that.

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