crickets have crickets and katydids have katydids
No. Katydids are not venomous.
Yes, some katydids do hibernate, but not all.
yes but only when there dead
Katydids fly. But they will rather walk than fly.
katydids are preyed on by multiple creatures... anteaters are 1 example.
Katydids are usually brown or green to blend with leaves, bushes, or trees but there are also pink katydids that blend with flowers, they are rare though.
Katydids Drink water Thorugh this Little Tube In Their Mouth. It Helps Them Suck It Up.
Katydids belong to the family Tettigoniidae. There are over 6400 species of katydid.
a katydid is a bug
Katydids can be anywhere except antarctica because they are small enough to maintain a steady body temperature.
Katydids are more closely related to crickets than to grasshoppers. See Link.
that is what you think .
Katydids are capable of sleeping. They even hibernate when they are young. Mostly, they just eat and make their distinctive noises all night.
they are green and can be blue or a tuquis
for a year or less.
your mother .
No only the bigger ones