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Where does the Leaf-mimic Katydid live?

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February 24, 2014 6:55AM

Leaf-mimic Katydids live mainly in large bushes and trees with medium-sized leaves.There are many species within the family Tettigoniidae, not all of them very closely related to each other, so don't think that the "leaf-mimic katydid is just one kind of animal.

Every continent apart from Antarctica has some species of leaf-mimic Katydids where it is warm enough and leafy enough. If you look carefully enough you find them throughout Africa and Australia, and in the warmer and more temperate parts of the Americas, Asia and Europe, and also on many islands.