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Subfamily Phaneropterinae - Phaneropterine Katydids

Cricket or Katydid - Amblycorypha Katydid - Microcentrum sp? - Microcentrum rhombifolium - male Katydid - Scudderia furcata or mexicana? - Scudderia mexicana - male Mating Greater angle-wing katydids - Microcentrum rhombifolium - male - female TX Katydid Yellowish wings species? - Amblycorypha carinata - female Katydid Nymph? - Scudderia - female Fork-tailed Bush Katydid - Scudderia furcata - female grasshopper or katydid? - Insara elegans
Classification
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Hexapoda (Hexapods)
Class Insecta (Insects)
Order Orthoptera (Grasshoppers, Crickets, Katydids)
Suborder Ensifera (Long-horned Orthoptera)
Infraorder Tettigoniidea (Katydids, Camel Crickets, and relatives)
Family Tettigoniidae (Katydids)
Subfamily Phaneropterinae (Phaneropterine Katydids)
Other Common Names
False Katydids
Numbers
67 species in 14 genera north of Mexico (1)
Identification
Tympana on foretibia exposed; forewings shorter than hindwings (1)

Overview of Genera:

Amblycorypha - 15 species, eastern and central U.S.

Arethaea - 14 species, southwestern U.S.

Brachyinsara - 1 species, CA

Dichopetala - 8 species, southwestern U.S.

Insara - 6 species, southwestern U.S.

Inscudderia - 3 species, southeastern U.S.

Microcentrum - 6 species, most of U.S. except for far north

Montezumina - 1 species, southeastern U.S.

Phaneroptera - 1 species, introduced to CA, NY, NJ

---no image--- Phrixa - 1 species, FL

Platylyra - 1 species, CA

Scudderia - 8 species, entire U.S.

Stilpnochlora - 1 species, FL

Turpilia - 1 species, FL
Print References
Arnett, p. 160 (2)
Internet References
Singing Insects of North America: subfamily account and key to genera