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my best guess is Scudderia furcata...

Definitely she is Scudderia

Scudderia fasciata

looks like a male Scudderia fasciata

male Scudderia fasciata

male Scudderia fasciata

definitely a Scudderia nymph

the antennae on this one and the one in the thumbnail

The two are very similar

looks like a female Scudderia fasciata

He looks like Scudderia fasciata

Looks like a male Scudderia fasciata

actually a male, this looks like Scudderia fasciata

a female Bush Katydid

looks like a Treetop Bush Katydid

Yes she is Scudderia