Curve-tailed Bush Katydid

Curve-tailed Bush Katydid
Scudderia curvicauda

Curve-tailed Bush Katydid sound (among a chorus of Sword-bearing Coneheads, Roesel’s Katydids, and various cricket sp.)

Description: An extremely skinny-winged katydid of brushy fields.

Where to look: Curve-tailed Bush Katydids are often found in weedy or brushy fields, or in small shrubs and trees along the edges or in fields.

Sound: A short series of tsits that rises in volume.

Note: The Scudderia katydids are very similar in appearance, but often differ greatly in their vocalizations.

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