Common Garden Katydid

Caedicia simplex (Walker, 1869)

A larger cricket with the adults being green whilst the nymph stage takes on the colour of the food source or envirnment they are in. This Katydid features thin long hind legs with a triangular head.

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What habitats does Caedicia simplex live in?

urban gardens, forests and woodlands.

What is the distribution of Caedicia simplex?

Found throughout Australia

How big does Caedicia simplex grow?

The adults can grow up to around 40mm

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