Green Leaf Grasshopper in simple language. Greater Anglewing Katydid is the real name. Microcentrum rhombifolium is the scientific name. Phylloptera rhombifolia, Orophus rhombifolia, Microcentrum affiliatum Scudder are the synonyms. Tettigoniidae is the species family name.

I am sure, most of us cannot identify seeing this first photo that it's a grasshopper or a cricket. See the second photo to be shocked.

Tail of a Green Leaf Grasshopper in simple language. Greater Anglewing Katydid is the real name. Microcentrum rhombifolium is the scientific name. Phylloptera rhombifolia, Orophus rhombifolia, Microcentrum affiliatum Scudder are the synonyms. Tettigoniidae is the species family name.

The Green Leaf Grasshopper is so perfectly camouflaged that it gets unnoticed in the leaves. Our morning walk was lucky that this stupid green guy was crazily sitting on the internal concrete road.

Green Leaf Grasshopper in simple language. Greater Anglewing Katydid is the real name. Microcentrum rhombifolium is the scientific name. Phylloptera rhombifolia, Orophus rhombifolia, Microcentrum affiliatum Scudder are the synonyms. Tettigoniidae is the species family name.

We didn't have camera in hand when we saw this Greater Anglewing Katydid. So we walked ahead after a keen look at the amazing design of the bug. What even more amazing is that it was sitting at the same place at the same time the next day too! We rushed home for the camera, and were rewarded with these photos. The camera's sensors went green.

Front view of a Green Leaf Grasshopper in simple language. Greater Anglewing Katydid is the real name. Microcentrum rhombifolium is the scientific name. Phylloptera rhombifolia, Orophus rhombifolia, Microcentrum affiliatum Scudder are the synonyms. Tettigoniidae is the species family name.

Perspective view of a Green Leaf Grasshopper in simple language. Greater Anglewing Katydid is the real name. Microcentrum rhombifolium is the scientific name. Phylloptera rhombifolia, Orophus rhombifolia, Microcentrum affiliatum Scudder are the synonyms. Tettigoniidae is the species family name.

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