Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Oblong-winged katydid

Males have stridulant organ on the wings. They produce this sound
by rubbing wings together to attract females for mating.




3 comments:

  1. Katydids are such wonderful insects to photograph...those faces ;) You got some great shares here. Come to think of it, along with few butterflies, I have only seen a single Katydid all Summer...hmm

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  2. Hi Dominique,
    again fantastically photographed .. the picture where he looks right into the camera is my Favoriet
    regards Frank

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  3. Hello Dominique,
    I see some really nice pictures of this grasshopper. I also watched your video and for the first time that I see how these locusts make the sound I always hear :-) Really nice to see.
    Thank you for sharing this.

    And also as a response to your comment to me about the Sand Lizard.

    Hi Dominic,
    there is a separate blog on the sand lizard because I have really really nice photos :-) Too bad you do not know but also nice that you so again what to teach him.
    Greetings, Helma

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