A conehead katydid nymph sits on a leaf. When adult, with fully grown wings, katydids ’sing’ by rubbing a comb-like row of pegs under the left wing on a plectrum-like ridge on top of the right wing, ‘kay-tee-did’ being the onomatopoeic representation of a common call.
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