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Lesser Angle-winged Katydid - Microcentrum retinerve - male

Lesser Angle-winged Katydid - Microcentrum retinerve - Male
Hoosier National Forest, Monroe County, Indiana, USA
October 1, 2007
I think this might be a male Lesser Angle-winged Katydid (Microcentrum retinerve), but would like confirmation before moving to the guide page. Thanks!

Moved from ID Request.

you are correct
Adult males are easier to identify than females, because of the darkened sound producing area on top of the folded wings.

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