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Discussion in 'Pets and Wildlife' started by Brant, Apr 26, 2010.
these itty bitty's are so cute and spikey, it turned and walked away.. i am faster.
so thats what a Katydid looks like, looks like it would eat flowers.
there are larger green K-dids, i am not sure what species this is. Orangey spikey covered body w/ black/white spikey striped legs and antenna. I don't know if they morph into the larger common greens or stay small like this. The greens are not spikey at all.
like grasshoppers and crickets i think the bitty's are just smaller versions of the adults ?
they do eat plants thus i crunched it after the photo
thanks for the education, followed by a good laugh!
That was just a little baby katydid, so cute, innocent, hungry - hexapodal infanticide.
The spines and bright colors are defensive. They disappear after it molts to the next instar when the basic green and leaf mimic patterns start to develop.
Squish is the only proper response!
thnx Paul..i was unsure about that . though it did not help is little hexapodal self