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Pterophylla camellifolia, Com


Pterophylla camellifolia, Com


Pterophylla camellifolia


Song of A. rotudifolia vs. A. oblongifolia


This one is in the genus Ambl


Probably the Common True Katy


Looks like...


Frassed


Common True Katydid


Pterophylla camellifolia nymph


female Pterophylla camellifolia - common true katydid


female Pterophylla camellifolia - common true katydid


male Pterophylla camellifolia


female Pterophylla camellifolia - common true katydid


female Pterophylla camellifolia - common true katydid


female nymph of Pterophylla camellifolia


Pterophylla camellifolia nymph


technically, only Pterophylla camellifolia is found in Oklahoma.


yes, katydid


Pterophylla camellifolia nymph


nymph of a true katydid


true katydid nymph


Pterophylla camellifolia nymph


fascinating behavior


appears to be a very young Pterophylla camellifolia nymph


female Pterophylla camellifolia - common true katydid


female nymph of Pterophylla camellifolia


Pterophylla camellifolia nymph


cool


Male!


looks like a female nymph of Pterophylla camellifolia


Pterophylla camellifolia nymph, nice


male nymph of Pterophylla camellifolia


nymph in the Pseudophyllinae


a female common true katydid, Pterophylla camellifolia...


female Pterophylla camellifolia


Pterophylla camellifolia, I think


nymph of a common true katydid, Pterophylla camellifolia


I am probably wrong,


Pterophylla camellifolia


Pterophylla camellifolia last instar


looks to me like a really colorful male nymph of


Pterophylla camellifolia looks correct


not sure why "False" is used


I think that it could be Pter


Pterophylla camellifolia (Common True Katydid)


Wings too rounded to be Pterophylla camellifolia


yes,


Female True Katydid


This is a male Katydid


I'm not an expert...


Last instar male nymph


How about...


Ilona - Nothing wrong with pointing out


Not an ID


She is indeed a so-called "True" Katydid


Looks like


Yes.


True katydid.


Tettigoniidae?


Common True Katydid


True Katydid


Pterophylla camellifolia


Common True Katydid


Reminds me of a


Thanks


Common True Katydid


Omost spelled right


might be


Might be