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What kind of Katydid?  - Microcentrum rhombifolium

What kind of Katydid? - Microcentrum rhombifolium
Mount Auburn Cemetery, Massachusetts, USA
August 1, 2018
Size: 1 -1.25 inch
I think this is a katydid, but not sure what kind. ..Bush Katydid??I also think it is possibly not a full grown adult--but not quite a nymph. What do others think?

What species of Katydid?
Thanks for the comments. Anyone else know what species of Katydid? Or is it hard to know until the final molt? I'm thinking this is a "bush" katydid, though unclear how many species we have in MASS,

 
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Microcentrum rhombifolium. You can see where your image has been placed by looking at the string of terms above the photo

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Nearly mature nymph. It will be an adult with the next molt

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