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Adult female Orchelimum meado


Changing my ID


Orchelimum


Orchelimum


Lesser Meadow Katydid


Meadow Katydid, female


Male


female Orchelimum sp


male Orchelimum sp, perhaps O. vulgare


female Orchelimum sp, probably O. vulgare


pretty sure this is a male Orchelimum gladiator


male Orchelimum sp. probably O. vulgare


female Orchelimum sp, probably O. vulgare


male Orchelimum sp, perhaps O. vulgare


male Orchelimum sp, perhaps O. vulgare


male Orchelimum sp, perhaps O. vulgare


probably Common Meadow Katydid


male Orchelimum sp, perhaps O. vulgare


female Orchelimum sp


male Orchelimum sp, perhaps O. vulgare


she looks like Orchelimum vulgare


definitely male Orchelimum


female Orchelimum, probably O. vulgare


definitely that subfamily, a female nymph


a male Orchelimum


female Common Meadow Katydid


female Common Meadow Katydid


He is in genus Orchelimum, but not O. gladiator,


I'm fairly sure it is Orchelimum vulgare


looks like a female 'Common Meadow Katydid'


Orchelimum minor looks correct to me.


Without being able to clearly see the cerci,


Looks like


Orchelimum sp.


This is a "Greater Meadow Katydid" in genus Orchelimum


The best fit for this one


Orchelimum vulgare


Could it be


Perhaps