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Genus Scudderia?


Still hiding...


Unknown Katydid,


So far the field marking seems to be good....


my best guess is Scudderia furcata...


As I Figured


Amateur ID attempt


looks to be a male Scudderia septentrionalis


that's what I was leaning on too...


male Scudderia septentrionalis


male Scudderia septentrionalis


looks to me like a male Scudderia septentrionalis


looks like a male Scudderia septentrionalis


a male Scudderia septentrionalis


S. pistillata ID


a male Scudderia septentrionalis


adult male Scudderia septentrionalis


this is an adult male Scudderia


actually an adult male Scudderia septentrionalis


definitely a Scudderia nymph


looks like Scudderia septentrionalis


Northern Bush Katydid


Scudderia septentrionalis


Northern Bush Katydid male


I think Scudderia septentrionalis is probably correct.


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Is this maybe


allowing for a slight chance that I'm wrong


I'm fairly sure this is a 'Broad-winged Bush Katydid'


A Broad-winged Bush Katydid


Scudderia septentrionalis!


Male bush katydid.


Northern bush katydid.


Probably right


Scudderia septentrionalis


A species, at last:-)


Field Guide...


Hmm...