False katydid enjoys warm weather in Sumter

Posted 8/26/18

A Fork-tailed Bush Katydid nymph, a type of false katydid, sits on a "Jazz Hands" bush in a Sumter yard on Wednesday

evening. According to austinbug.com, these nymphs can often be seen feeding on flowers, and they have black and white antennae …

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False katydid enjoys warm weather in Sumter

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A Fork-tailed Bush Katydid nymph, a type of false katydid, sits on a "Jazz Hands" bush in a Sumter yard on Wednesday evening. According to austinbug.com, these nymphs can often be seen feeding on flowers, and they have black and white antennae that they lose when they're mature.