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Some type of Nymph - Scudderia

Some type of Nymph - Scudderia
Cheverly, Maryland, USA
June 17, 2004
Is this a Stilt Bug nymph or an orthoptera sp. nymph?


Scudderia sp
According to Tom Walker....This is a nymph of a species of Scudderia. The genus has several species in North Carolina. According to John Spooner, a Scudderia expert, only the nymphs of Scudderia furcata and S. cuneata have banded antennae. S. furcata is the more commonly collected species.

Katydid nymph
A cute katydid nymph of some kind.

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