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Wednesday, March 01, 2006

Scudderia furcata prom portrait

This almost-adult female forktailed katydid is perched so prettily among the waxflowers here, it's impossible for me to regard her as a pest. Check out this info on bush katydids (genus scudderia). At the bottom of the page is a great photo sequence of their unique way of laying eggs between tissue layers of leaves.

1 comment:

hikalu said...

I sometimes glance at your photos. very beautiful, and interested. Could I add your blog in my links?