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Scudderia sp


I agree


Scudderia furcata ♀


Info from my Katydid contact


Scudderia furcata?


Genus Scudderia?


adult male Meconema thalassinum


Scudderia furcata...


I think your only Scudderia there would be S. mexicana


Scudderia mexicana


Maybe S. furcata?


hmmm


Scudderia furcata?


Male Scudderia furcata.


SoCal Katydids


Male Scudderia, probably S. m


That nymph is really young, a


Thank you for the identificatin


Moved


female Scudderia


my best guess is Scudderia furcata...


Thanks. Can I say Scudderia f


a female Scudderia


Most likely Scudderia furcata,


Just a wild guess


pretty much has to be Scudderia furcata,


In that location it should be Scudderia furcata


I think the relatively narrow


It is a male Katydid


It is a Bush Katydid (genus Scudderia)


looks like Scudderia furcata


Definitely she is Scudderia


katydid


a male "Bush Katydid" (Scudderia) nymph


Yes, this is a male Scudderia


Yes she is Scudderia


Thanks, Ron!


furcata


Scudderia


species ID in Scudderia + gender


It Threw Me Too...


Scudderia sp.


Scudderia


from John Spooner:


S. furcata.


Scudderia


Immature Scudderia sp.


Fork-tailed Bush Katydid Scudderia furcata


Female Scudderia.


Scudderia more specifically.


Yes.


Wow.


Male, Scudderia sp.


Female bush katydid.


Scudderia sp.


Scudderia sp.


Katydid Nymph


Indeed!


crickets and katydids and moulting


Male


cool!


just seeing this discussion now


Katydid


Scudderia furcata nymph…


Moved


Scudderia furcata nymph…


Scudderia furcata


Scudderia furcata - Male


Scudderia furcata


Scudderia furcata


Scudderia furcata nymph…


nearly mature male nymph of


Scudderia nymph…


Scudderia furcata nymph…


Scudderia nymph…


male Scudderia furcata


male Scudderia furcata


male Scudderia furcata


a male Bush Katydid


Scudderia furcata nymph…


male Scudderia, probably S. furcata


Scudderia furcata nymph male


does appear to be a Scudderia furcata nymph male


Scudderia furcata


Yes - Scudderia furcata (female)…


male Scudderia furcata


pretty sure this is a male Scudderia furcata


male Scudderia furcata


Scudderia furcata nymph…


fascinating behavior


looks like a male Scudderia furcata


looks like a male Scudderia furcata


male Scudderia furcata


a female Bush Katydid in genus Scudderia


female Scudderia furcata


female Scudderia furcata


yes, female Scudderia nymph


Scudderia furcata


definitely a female nymph Scudderia


Scudderia furcata nymph…


looks like a male Scudderia furcata


Scudderia nymph...


male Scudderia nymph


female Scudderia, either furcata or mexicana


definitely Scudderia


must be it


looks like a male Scudderia furcata


definitely male Scudderia


Could it be the fork-tailed b


looks like a male Scudderia fasciata


female Scudderia, either furcata or mexicana


male Scudderia furcata


Moved


a male Scudderia, prob. S. furcata


male Scudderia, either S. furcata or S. mexicana


male Scudderia, probably S. furcata


male Scudderia furcata


a male Scudderia, probably S. furcata


a dark Scudderia furcata


male Scudderia furcata


male nymph of Scudderia furcata


a male Scudderia, prob. S. furcata


must be Scudderia furcata


a male Scudderia, prob. S. furcata


definitely Scudderia


adult male Scudderia, probably S. furcata


Scudderia furcata nymph…


definitely a nymph of Scudderia


male Scudderia nymph


a male Scudderia


Scudderia


definitely a Scudderia nymph


Scudderia furcata


female Scudderia furcata


male nymph of Scudderia furcata


A nearly mature and very strikingly colored male nymph


yes, they all look like Scudderia furcata


looks like a female Scudderia furcata


Could this be Fork-tailed Bus


Scudderia furcata female


Scudderia furcata


mald Scudderia furcata


female Scudderia furcata


female Scudderia furcata


in San Diego, it would be Scudderia mexicana


The data is there


Scudderia furcata


the antennae on this one and the one in the thumbnail


It is a male Scudderia nymph


a male Scudderia furcata


Scudderia furcata


looks like a female Scudderia furcata


Katydid nymph, genus Scudderia


Looks like a female Scudderia furcata to me


Scudderia furcata


Phaneropterinae...maybe Scudderia furcata


Scudderia furcata is what she is


Bush Katydid


he is Scudderia furcata


if you collected it and the antenna is damaged,


appears to be a female Scudderia furcata


The two are very similar


looks like a male of Scudderia furcata


Question


This one is actually Scudderia furcata


This looks to me like a male "Fork-tailed Bush Katydid"


Scudderia furcata


This is indeed a Katydid. It is a female nymph, nearly mature,


He looks like Scudderia fasciata


This is a Katydid nymph (baby)


a female Bush Katydid


A female Bush Katydid nymph


a male Scudderia furcata


scudderia furcata


yes - Scudderia


It most certainly


I agree


looks like Scudderia furcata


Probably S. furcata,


female Scudderia furcata is correct


perhaps Scudderia furcata, but I'm not certain of species


I'm moderately sure that S. furcata is the only Scudderia


male Scudderia furcata


pretty sure these are Scudderia furcata


In this area, should be Scudderia furcata


female nymph, genus Scudderia


Scudderia male


looks like a female Scudderia furcata


looks like a female Scudderia furcata


definitely a last instar female Scudderia nymph


looks like a male Scudderia furcata


sorry I didn't get to him a bit quicker


a female Bush Katydid


Looks like Scudderia mexicana


a female Bush Katydid


She is a Bush Katydid in genus Scudderia


I'm pretty sure she is Scudderia furcata


This is a...


scudderia furcata


from what I can see in this photo


a nymph of Scudderia


Female Scudderia are more difficult than males,


Scudderia furcata


Forked-tailed bush katydid


nearly mature female nymph of Scudderia


I think Scudderia is correct


best guess


a male Scudderia furcata


My guess: Scudderia furcata


It is a Katydid


Scudderia


A Scudderia


yes it is Scudderia


female nymph of Scudderia furcata


ID


It's a male Fork-tailed Bush Katydid


Fork-tailed bush katydid.


You should have lots of different Katydids there.


Awesome job!


Yes, actually.


Scudderia furcata


No such thing


Female


Nice pic.


Agreed.


Female bush katydid.


Wrong genus...


Scudderia furcata


Bush katydid.


Female Scudderia.


Seen this before?


Male Scudderia sp.


Male bush katydid.


Fork-tailed bush katydid.


Clarification.


Katydid nymph.


Male Scudderia sp.


Confirmed.


Identified!!!


Scudderia mexicana.


Probably.


Adult Male Fork-tailed Katydid?


Female fork-tailed bush katydid.


You 'are' what you eat....


Female bush katydid.


Do you mean....


Agreed.


Male Scudderia furcata.


Yay!


Scudderia furcata


Yes: NO:-)


Correct


Nymph.


Probably Scudderia....


Fork-tailed Baby?


Yes, female Scudderia sp.


Fork-tailed Katydid...


Female Scudderia sp.


Correct.


Scudderia female.


I agree.


Yes, male bush katydid.


Probably.


Thanks, Eric.


Fork-tailed bush katydid


Katydid Nymph


Katydid nymph


Bush Katydid