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Unknown Katydid - Scudderia

Unknown Katydid - Scudderia
Immokalee, Collier County, Florida, USA
August 14, 2004
This may belong to the subfamily Tettigoniinae


A katydid expert told me that the nymphs with banded antenna are one of the scudder's katydids. Your image is huge, can you resize it to be a little smaller? Recommended size it around 560 pixels on the longest side. These sure are tiny little critters, aren't they! You can find the scudder's here.

Banded antenna isn't diagnostic.
according to Eric Eaton, commenting on a later post.

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