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Spinylegged Katydid, probably Paracaedicia serrata This lovely creature was in the middle of a small side road we were on while returning from dinner to our rainforest lodge, Licuala Lodge, Mission Beach, Queensland, Australia. I know that Katydid identification is VERY challenging, but the pictures that you find on Google of the name I am suggesting look identical to the one in my photo. Australia,Geotagged,Paracaedicia serrata,Rainforest,Summer,katydid,queensland Click/tap to enlarge Species introCountry intro

Spinylegged Katydid, probably Paracaedicia serrata

This lovely creature was in the middle of a small side road we were on while returning from dinner to our rainforest lodge, Licuala Lodge, Mission Beach, Queensland, Australia. I know that Katydid identification is VERY challenging, but the pictures that you find on Google of the name I am suggesting look identical to the one in my photo.

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  1. Looks like a solid match to me, impressive identification! Posted 7 months ago

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Paracaedicia serrata is a katydid in the Tettigoniidae family.

Similar species: Grasshoppers And Crickets
Species identified by fchristant
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Uploaded Apr 21, 2017. Captured Jan 1, 2005 13:28 in 2197 Tully Mission Beach Rd, Mission Beach QLD 4852, Australia.
  • EX-S600
  • f/5.2
  • 1/60s
  • 18.6mm