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Listening in Nature

My last post was introduced by Sword-bearing Coneheads and included meadow katydids. Their concert halls are meadows and fields. Tonight, we’re moving to a different habitat. Imagine that our meadow trail is now leading us into the woods. It’s quite leafy in here, and there’s insect song. But from where? It's an Oblong-winged Katydid, Amblycorypha oblongifolia, one of my absolute favorite katydids! Lisa Rainsong · Oblong - Winged Katydid, Observatory Park, Geauga Park District Just from this…


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