The Northern Bush Katydid is generally found in the tops of shrubs and canopy layer of deciduous trees. It is attracted to light and may be found among the moths and other creatures attracted to porch lights.
The Northern Bush Katydid has been found in July and August in Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Wisconsin, and Nebraska. (Morse, Albert P., Manual of the Orthoptera of New England, Boston, Harvard University Library of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, 1920).
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