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Subfamily Phaneropterinae - Phaneropterine Katydids

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Round-headed Katydid - Amblycorypha Katydid, Wings Almost the Same Length - Amblycorypha - female Late July Katydid - Amblycorypha - male Pink Katydid - Amblycorypha - female Young Katydid - 5-12-09 - Amblycorypha - male Is this a cricket or katydid? - Amblycorypha - male Orange Katydid Nymph - Amblycorypha - male Katydid nymph  - Amblycorypha 8014705 - Amblycorypha Orange Katydid-ish - Amblycorypha - male Two colorful nymphs - Amblycorypha Katydid nymph ? - Amblycorypha Katydid nymph ? - Amblycorypha katydid vs grasshopper - Amblycorypha Cricket or Katydid - Amblycorypha Katydids of Southern Ontario - Amblycorypha - female Round-headed Katydid - Amblycorypha A young female - Amblycorypha - female DSCF3331 - Amblycorypha DSCF3331 - Amblycorypha Katydid Nymph - Amblycorypha Unknown Katydid (nymph or immature adult?) - Amblycorypha - female Pink Lady - Amblycorypha - female Katy pink - Amblycorypha

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