Katydid Stock Video Footage

Green Grasshopper Jumps. Macro, Colorful Leaf mimic katydid in the rainforest with the Rio Tiputini in the background, Ecuador. Katydid on flower summer day A female Common True Katydid (Pterophylla camellifolia) walks on the surface of an American Pokeweed plant leaf on a summer afternoon. Green rainforest katydid. A very convincing leaf mimic, even has windows in the wing resembling fungus damaged patches, Ecuador. Leaf mimic katydid with rainforest in the background, Ecuador Close-up of a thorny devil katydid (Panacanthus cuspidatus) In the rainforest understory, Ecuador Crickets, family Gryllidae, are insects somewhat related to grasshoppers, and more closely related to katydids or bush crickets and Weta. Leaf mimic katydid (Pycnopalpa cf. bicordata). Resembles a leaf with fungus spots. In tropical rainforest, Ecuador Leaf mimic katydid Grasshopper. The grasshopper is an insect of the suborder Caelifera in the order Orthoptera.To distinguish it from bush crickets or katydids it is sometimes referred to as the short-horned grasshopper Female katydid with a spermatophore attached after mating. At night in the rainforest understory, Ecuador. Leaf Mimic Katydid in the rainforest understory in the Ecuadorian Amazon Larva of an Automeris moth (Saturniidae) With poisonous stinging hairs. In the Ecuadorian Amazon A female Common True Katydid (Pterophylla camellifolia) on tree Fork-tailed Bush Katydid (Scudderia furcata) in the Northern Highland American Legion State Forest of Wisconsin Leaf mimic katydid in the rainforest with the Rio Tiputini in the background, Ecuador. Leaf mimic katydid with rainforest in the background, Ecuador Green katydid resembling a leaf with rainforest in the background, Ecuador White-fronted Capuchin Monkeys (Cebus albifrons) in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Eating a large green katydid. In tropical rainforest, Ecuador. Praying Mantis feeding on a large katydid at night. Filmed in the wild. In tropical rainforest, Ecuador.
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