Southeastern bush katydid
A katydid of the southeastern coastal states from Louisiana into Virginia.
Bush katydids have long, narrow forewings with the sides nearly parallel.
The southeastern bush katydid is very similar to and hard to distinguish from the fork-tailed bush katydid - Scudderia furcata - which is more widespread and found in much of the United States and southern Canada.
Scudderia cuneata is a member of the Tettigoniidae - Katydids family.
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Date record last modified: Dec 27, 2019