Longhorn grasshopper nymph

22 June 2008 2 Comments Home » Insects etc.

A longhorn grasshopper nymph pauses while traveling
the twisting green byways of my backyard underbrush,
the distant reflected glow of a tiny sun beckoning.

 
Longhorn grasshopper nymph

Katydid | Tettigoniidae

2 Comments »

  • Diane said:

    Ohhh, he’s quite intriguing! Orange spots?

    Nice, again, detail is supreme!

  • Rick said:

    Thanks Diane. A Longhorn grasshopper is another name for a katydid.

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