Saturday, October 29, 2016


Photo by Marty Horowitz 10/18/2016

Even upside-down, this is a katydid. What's the difference between a grasshopper and a katydid? They do look similar, but one difference is how they make sounds. Grasshoppers (and locusts) use special structures on their back legs; katydids (and crickets) use their wings. More info here.

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