The Drumming Katydid inhabits deciduous trees and the vegetation beneath. It is native to Europe and may have been introduced into the United States as eggs on woody ornamental plants. It is not [yet] widely distributed.
It is also called Oak Bush-Cricket.
The season for Drumming Katydids is July to October – November.
- iNaturalist Species Account
- Singing Insects of North America
- BugGuide Species Account
- Vermont Atlas of Life Data Explorer