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Photo#122958
Unknown - Scudderia

Unknown - Scudderia
city backyard garden, on a peony, York city, York County, Pennsylvania, USA
June 3, 2007
Size: Approximately 3/4"
I thought it was a grasshopper nymph but some on Flickr noted it could be a bush katydid nymph. Please ejimikate me!

Just Click On...
...that ol' link to a photo of yer fella's kissin' cousin and consider yourself edjimakated, Homer! Quick tip to tell baby hoppers and katydids apart: Grasshoppers are also known as 'short-horned orthoptera' for the obvious reason--they never have the long, long antennae that the 'long-horned' katydids (and crickets) do.

http://bugguide.net/node/view/98781

(Man! After all that deliberate misspelling, I'm suddenly hungry for some Po' Folks food!)

 
:)
LOL

thanks Heimchen very very much. I appreciate the suggestion to compare! After clicking and comparing, I consider myself ejimikated! :)

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