Portrait of a katydid nymph (Ozphyllum sp.) also showing the tympanum (hearing organ) on the leg. Dundas, Qld.
Portrait of a katydid nymph (Ozphyllum sp.). Dundas, Qld.
Little Katydid nymph waits on a leaf for something exciting to happen. And it did. Cambroon, Qld.
32-spotted katydid nymph early instar. Mt Coot-tha, QLD.
Katydid nymph is growing wings. Nice. Also, it seems to be sweating. It was very humid and hot. We were all sweating. Mt Coot-tha, QLD.
Research into North American pink katydids has found that pink may be a dominant colour for Katydids but over time green has been favoured due to better camouflage suitability. Mt Gayndah, QLD.
Pink katydid rests on the leaves of new growth after a bushfire. Mt Gayndah, QLD.
Why the long face? Because it's the front end of a very long katydid. Mt Coot-tha, QLD.
Mountain Katydid Detail 1
Big brown katydid with blue spots. Ironbark Gully, QLD.
Mountain Katydid Detail 2
Big brown katydid. Ironbark Gully, QLD.
The mouthparts of a katydid nymph. Kyogle, NSW.
Katydid on Lavender
A katydid nymph on a lavender bush. You can see the wings are starting to grow. Kyogle, NSW.
Katydid Nymph Poss. Gumleaf Katydid - found on a purple-leafed shrub. Durack, QLD.